2. At what age are mental test scores first stably predictive of
C. middle childhood
3. Susan took an intelligence test
when she was 18 and scored 114. What is her intelligence quotient
likely to be at the age of 32?
4: Measures of fluid intelligence,
such as speed of reasoning and memory, _______ into adulthood and
then _______ due to the aging process
A. increase; decline
B. increase; stabilize
C. decrease; decline
D. increase; stabilize
5. Research on the effect of social
class on IQ has shown
A. a cumulative deficit
B. a social class effect on infant scales only
C. no difference in IQ based on social class
D. a decreasing effect of social class after the grade school
6. Jim took the same IQ test on
different days and gets the same score each time. This means that
the test possess a high degree of
B. predictive validity
7. Jorge is a Latino student who is
about to take an IQ test. Jorge may obtain a lower IQ score than
some of his white classmates because
A. he believes that Latinos generally score poorly on IQ tests.
B. his genetic make-up is inferior to that of his classmates.
C. he has less contextual intelligence than his classmates.
D. he has less fluid intelligence than his classmates.
8. Block design, picture
arrangement and object assembly are three subtests of the
A. Raven's test
9. For which ability is
there a substantial sex difference where boys score higher than
10. The bell shaped distribution of
intelligence test scores is called
A. cluster distribution
B. normal distribution