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Compare constructs and measures of intelligence and achievement.
contrast constructs and measures of intelligence and achievement.

Give your definition of intelligence without using the dictionary. List examples of how intelligence can be measured in different ways

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* Compare contrast constructs and measures of intelligence and achievement.

Here, you'll need to use your course notes and textbook to cover all the measures of intelligence to compare and contrast. The Practitioner's Guide to Assessing Intelligence & Achievement references a number of tests - both verbal and nonverbal. They say, "tests of intelligence have traditionally consisted of verbal, quantitative, and nonverbal components. ...

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