Intelligence-quotient sentence example

intelligence-quotient
  • A child is born with a certain intelligence quotient.

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  • Age recommendations on toy packages measure the safety of a toy - not your child's intelligence quotient.

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  • In fact, in one study, peer rejection proved to be a more sensitive predictor of later mental health problems than school records, achievement, intelligence quotient (IQ) scores, or teacher ratings.

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  • Their findings pointed to links between social class, race, and intelligence quotient (IQ) scores, despite questions by many about the validity of IQ tests as a measurement of intelligence or a predictor of achievement and success.

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  • Results of these tests may be represented on a scale, as a mental age, or as an intelligence quotient (IQ).

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  • However, even with proper treatment, children with galactosemia often have a lower intelligence quotient (IQ) than their siblings, and they frequently have speech problems.

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