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intelligence
the abilities to learn from experience
achievement
knowledg and skills gained from eperience
mental age
shows the intellectual level at which a child is functioning
intelligence quotient
a number that reflects the relationship between child's mental age and his or her actual, or chronological, age
transformed score
any score that has been changed from a raw score in a systematic way
reliability of somthing
the consistency o somthing
test-retest reliability
determind by comparing scores earned by the same person on the same personon the same test taken at different times.
valibity
a test has validity if it measures what it is supposed to measure
mental retardiationa
lower then average IQ, 70% or lower on the IQ test
gifted
to possess outstanding talent or to show potential for performing somthing
creativity
the ability to invent new solutions to problems or to creat original or ingenious materials.
heritibility
extent to which variations in a trait from person to person