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    Emily is an adult with a 4th-grade skill level in reading, writing, and math. Her doctor suggests there is no reason she can't find a job and live independently. Which subtype of intellectual disability describes Emily?a. mildb. moderatec. profoundd. severe
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    Bernadette has difficulty spelling words correctly while writing and mixes up letters within words and sentences. Which learning disability does she have?a. dysfunctionb. dysgraphiac. dyslexiad. dysthymia
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    Emily is an adult with a 4th-grade skill level in reading, writing, and math. Her doctor suggests there is no reason she can't find a job and live independently. Which subtype of intellectual disability describes Emily?a. mildb. moderatec. profoundd. severea. mild
    Bernadette has difficulty spelling words correctly while writing and mixes up letters within words and sentences. Which learning disability does she have?a. dysfunctionb. dysgraphiac. dyslexiad. dysthymiac. dyslexia
    Illnesses such as diabetes and stomach cancer kill more than twice the number of Americans than murder or car accidents. However, Zale sees car accidents as more dangerous because he often hears about car accident fatalities on the nightly news, and he doesn't know anyone with diabetes or stomach cancer. Therefore, Zale takes more precautions against car accidents. This exemplifies ________.a. algorithmb. availability heuristicc. functional fixednessd. hindsight biasb. availability heuristic
    Walter struggles to write legibly and has a difficult time putting his thoughts on paper. Which learning disability does he have?a. attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)b. comorbidityc. dysgraphiad. dyslexiac. dysgraphia
    Carmela believes her assistant, Lian, is incompetent. She notices only what Lian does wrong while ignoring the above average quality of most of her work. This exemplifies ________ bias. a. anchoringb. confirmationc. hindsightd. representationalb. confirmation
    Sensations and information are received by our brains, filtered through emotions and memories, and processed to become ________.a. actionsb. chemicalsc. subconscious d. thoughtsd. thoughts
    Reth is known for his ability and interest in writing. He won an award for his short story, "A Bear in the Woods," and was named Young Poet of the Year at his high school. He is currently working on a book titled, When Harry Potter Attacks. This exemplifies ________ intelligence.a. linguisticb. logical-mathematicalc. musicald. spatiala. linguistic
    After the first few months of life, babies enter what is known as the ________ stage, during which time they tend to produce single syllables, such as buh-buh, that are repeated over and over.a. babblingb. baby talkc. lexicond. phonemea. babbling
    Tasks that require you to compare, contrast, or evaluate are using the ________ intelligence component of the triarchic theory of intelligence.a. academicb. analyticalc. creatived. practicalb. analytical
    Not all aspects of cognition are ________.a. consciously experiencedb. essential features of adult consciousnessc. essential features of human consciousnessd. exceptionally complexa. consciously experienced
    The fact that English grammar dictates that most verbs end in-ed to indicate past tense is an example of the ________ component of language.a. grammarb. lexiconc. syntaxd. thesaurusa. grammar
    At what age can babies only discriminate among those phonemes that are used in the language(s) in their environments?a. 1-30 days oldb. 6-8 months oldc. 9-11 months oldd. 12 months oldd. 12 months old
    Parents of African American students filed a case against the state of California in 1979 because they believed the testing method used to identify students with learning disabilities________.a. did not identify enough African American children in need of special educationb. disadvantaged their children by placing them in special education classesc. resulted in less fundingd. was culturally unfair as the tests were normed and standardized using White childrend. was culturally unfair as the tests were normed and standardized using White children
    The likelihood of functional fixedness occurring may be influenced by culture, and it is________.a. experienced in both industrial and preindustrial countries equallyb. less often experienced in preindustrial countriesc. more often experienced in English-speaking countriesd. more often experienced in industrial countriesa. experienced in both industrial and preindustrial countries equally
    What impact did Genie's early isolation have on her ability to acquire language? She never developed a(an) ________.a. ability to communicateb. ability to speakc. lexicond. mastery of the grammatical aspects of languaged. mastery of the grammatical aspects of language
    Which of the following statements about Howard Gardner is false?a. He believed discussing IQ as standard deviations from average was inaccurate.b. He developed a theory in which each person possesses at least eight intelligences.c. He developed Multiple Intelligences Theory.d. He was a former student of Erik Erikson.a. He believed discussing IQ as standard deviations from average was inaccurate.
    The average score on an IQ test is 100. In modern IQ testing, one standard deviation is 15 points. Someone with an IQ of 115 would be described as________.a. one standard deviation above the meanb. one standard deviation below the meanc. two standard deviations above the meand. 15 points above the averagea. one standard deviation above the mean
    Which term describes a communication system that uses systematic rules to organize words to transmit information from one individual to another?a. conceptb. languagec. prototyped. schematab. language
    ________ encompasses the processes associated with perception, knowledge, problem solving, judgment, language, and memory.a. cognitionb. personalityc. schemad. targetinga. cognition
    Who developed the triarchic theory of intelligence?a. Charles Spearman b. Howard Gardner c. Raymond Cattelld. Robert Sternbergd. Robert Sternberg
    A(an) ________ involves approaching a problem in a way that has worked in the past, but it is clearly no longer working.a. anchoring bias b. functional fixednessc. mental setd. trial and errorc. mental set
    From ________ months old, children are most capable of using simple sentences such as "I see."a. 0 to 5b. 6 to 11c. 12 to 17d. 18 to 24d. 18 to 24
    ________intelligence is marked by inventing or imagining a solution to a problem or situation.a. analyticb. creative c. crystallizedd. practicalb. creative
    The analytical intelligence component of the triarchic theory of intelligence is demonstrated by the ability to ________.a. analyze, evaluate, judge, compare, and contrastb. produce new products or ideas and invent novel solutions to a problemc. provide correct or established answers to a problemd. think outside the box to arrive at novel solutions to a problema. analyze, evaluate, judge, compare, and contrast
    What is confirmation bias?a. believing the event you just experienced was predictableb. focusing on information that confirms your existing beliefsc. focusing only on one piece of information when making a decisiond. stereotyping someone or something unintentionallyb. focusing on information that confirms your existing beliefs

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    emily has a mild intellectual disability.  this means that her IQ is below 69 but above 55.

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    my kitchen has a fire extinguisher and smoke detector.never overloaded sockets.no frayed cords.yes my sockets are sealed.yes i always have lights on with no clutter.yes handrails is secure.yes firplace is protected.yes my fireplace is cleaned often.no i point handle in with stove off.stove is cleaned regularly.yes knifes are high up.no talking while chewing ew! yes cleaners are locked up.my shower is slip proof and my medications are high up from reach.never keep oil saturated rugs or rags.my carpet is new.my kitchen has a fire extinguisher and smoke detector.never overloaded sockets.no frayed cords.yes my sockets are sealed.yes i always have lights on with no clutter.yes handrails is secure.yes firplace is protected.yes my fireplace is cleaned often.no i point handle in with stove off.stove is cleaned regularly.yes knifes are high up.no talking while chewing ew! yes cleaners are locked up.my shower is slip proof and my medications are high up from reach.never keep oil saturated rugs or rags.my carpet is new.

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    Well if you pick a machine to work on and that's gonna be your exercise if you don't stick to that machine your muscle strength your muscle mass rather will change because you haven't been doing it you change something in your exercise routine which changes your body's form of dealing with things for example you might become weaker or stronger depending on what kind of exercises you do in whether or not the machine you picked actually your muscles grow.

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