Answer in Psychology for Sanele #192561
As a psychology student, rose’s parents asked you to explain why rose scored below average on intelligence test where else her friend scored above average your explanation is based on the research findings that children who are list likely to optain similar scores on intelligence test are children who have?
I would explain to Rose’s parents that the IQ tests have an average score of 100, and they attempt to measure and provide an intelligence quotient, which is a score derived from a standardized test to access human intelligence. This explains why Rose scores below the average of the intelligence test, where else her friend score above average due to several variations of these tests that build upon and expand the original test, which designs to identify children in need of remedial education. Again, IQ tests are used to study distributions in scores among specific populations. Overall, children with similar scores tend to have similar variables such as behavior, performance, and well-being based on their cultural norms.