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IQ test

Intelligence quotient test Psychology A test that measures the complex interplay between attention, processing and retrieval of information, and execution of processes regarded as the domain of intelligence
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Genius physicists Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking never officially had their IQ tested but are widely believed to have the equivalent score of 160.
The team found a link between the epigenetic regulation of dopamine neurotransmission and an individual's IQ test performance.
Trillanes earlier challenged the President to an IQ test after Duterte belittled his intelligence.
While the IQ test may give an indication of general intelligence, it can't measure the entire complexity of the human thought process.
things going, Cause, you know, presidents challenging people to IQ tests is just what happens now.
Trump had challenged Tillerson to an IQ test amid reports that the Secretary of State had called the US President a "moron".
Studying in Government Senior Secondary School in Chakkarpur, Gurgaon, she scored in the 99 plus percentile in the IQ test.
The district conducted 1,300 additional IQ tests annually, incurring high overtime costs.
The students passion towards science education, who have passed their Matric/SSC/equal examinations in science subjects from the legislature instructive organizations with no less than 60% marks in Matric/Equivalent with no less than 70% marks in science subjects, will be chosen through specific tests, Computer Based IQ tests, presentations and interviews for admission to choose exceptional universities.
For purposes of the preceding discussion of the role of standard error of measurement, and other factors affecting the interpretation of IQ scores, we have assumed that "significantly subaverage intellectual functioning" is operationalized as scoring 70 or below on a specific IQ test. While this is a useful assumption to make when explaining the effects of factors like standard error of measurement, a score of 70 or below (or any other specific cut-off score) should not be embraced by courts or state legislatures as a part of the definition of mental retardation.
Moreover, it seems that the immune system itself can affect the brain to such an extent that the person's cognitive ability measured by an IQ test will also be impaired many years after the infection has been cured," explains MD and PhD Michael Eriksen Benrs, who is affiliated with the National Centre for Register-Based Research at Aarhus BSS and the Mental Health Centre Copenhagen, University of Copenhagen.
(1992) The Minnesota trans-racial adoption study: A follow-up of IQ test performance at adolescence.