Intelligence

Q: The correlation of intelligence test scores between identical twins is

(a) :  higher when they are raised together than when they are raised apart.
(b) :  lower than that for fraternal twins raised together.
(c) :  the same as that for any other blood relatives.
(d) :  the same whether they are reared together or apart.
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  higher when they are raised together than when they are raised apart.
Explanation:  

Q: __________ intelligence tests assess a wide variety of mental abilities.

(a) :  IQ
(b) :  Special
(c) :  Multiple
(d) :  General
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  General
Explanation:  

Q: Which of the following is an approach to measuring reliability?

(a) :  negative correlation
(b) :  double-blind
(c) :  content
(d) :  test-retest
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  test-retest
Explanation:  

Q: The best summary statement regarding the role of heredity on human intelligence is that

(a) :  heredity may impose upper limits on intelligence.
(b) :  heredity may impose lower limits on intelligence.
(c) :  intelligence is almost completely related to genetic inheritance.
(d) :  the similarity in IQ scores among maternal relatives is greater than that among paternal relatives.
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  heredity may impose upper limits on intelligence.
Explanation:  

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