Origin of IQ
Origin of i.q.
Related Words for iqagility, perception, quickness, subtlety, brilliance, understanding, acumen, wit, sense, savvy, skill, judgment, intellect, outlook, psychology, character, mind, attitude, mindset, personality
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Contemporary Examples of iq
An IQ below 70 generally indicates someone with intellectual disability (ID).How the U.S. Justice System Screws Prisoners with Disabilities
December 16, 2014
Recipients in a cryobank can peruse donor files and see hair color, eye color, race, height, IQ, and so on.Have Sperm, Will Travel: The ‘Natural Inseminators’ Helping Women Avoid the Sperm Bank
November 29, 2014
She makes bold statements that IQ, law-abiding or -breaking tendencies and political alignment are all genetically determined.Occupying the Throne: Justine Tunney, Neoreactionaries, and the New 1%
August 1, 2014
What they found was the people who began smoking pot weekly before they turned 18 showed an average drop of about eight IQ points.
By the time they turned 13, the children took their first IQ tests.
Historical Examples of iq
The IQ of the exactly average child, of any age, is 1, or 100 per cent.
The IQ of the bright child is above 100 and of the dull child below 100.
An IQ of 125 means that he has picked up knowledge and skill 25 per cent.
In this progressive age, some children even know their own IQ.
Words are often written with nasalized finals: n for t sometimes, ng for k almost always, irn (only) for iq.The Central Eskimo
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Word Origin for i.q.
1922, abbreviation of intelligence quotient, a 1921 translation of German Intelligenz-quotient, coined 1912 by German psychologist William L. Stern (1871-1938).
Intelligence is a general capacity of an individual consciously to adjust his thinking to new requirements: it is general mental adaptability to new problems and conditions of life. [Stern, "The Psychological Methods of Testing Intelligence," 1914]