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What is the intelligence quotient?

What is the intelligence quotient?

IQ = a score on any: of the standardized tests of cognitive ability, usually valid after age 4. Comprehension of & response to age-appropriate tasks yield Verbal, Non-Verbal & Full Scale scores . Special tests are used for those with sensory or motor impairments that can deflate scores. The mean IQ is 100. 2/3 of the population scores in the low- average to high -average range, 85-115, about 5% score above 125. ...Read more

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What is the intelligence quotient?

What is the intelligence quotient?

IQ = a score on any: of the standardized tests of cognitive ability, usually valid after age 4. Comprehension of & response to age-appropriate tasks yield Verbal, Non-Verbal & Full Scale scores . Special tests are used for those with sensory or motor impairments that can deflate scores. The mean IQ is 100. 2/3 of the population scores in the low- average to high -average range, 85-115, about 5% score above 125. ...Read more

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How do I interpreting autism spectrum quotient score?

How do I interpreting autism spectrum quotient score?

It depends : There are different developmental screens that are used to make the diagnosis of autism and they will each have a different method of scoring and reporting the outcome. Most of them look at similar areas of functioning that are consistently found to be atypical in children with autism. When your provider goes over the results of the screening they can give you more information. ...Read more

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What is the respiratory quotient and how does it affect pulmonary function?

What is the respiratory quotient and how does it affect pulmonary function?

Not related : Respiratory quotient is a number derived from the equation - amount of carbon dioxide produced divided by amount of oxygen consumed. It is used in some equations to calculate basal metabolic rate and is helpful in pulmonary exercise testing . As such it does not affect an individual's lung function in any manner. Some patients with COPD during hospitalization are put on a low carbohydrate diet. ...Read more

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What is emotional disorder?

What is emotional disorder?

Depression/anxiety: Emotional disorders are things like depression and anxiety. People with these disorders tend to have problems feeling good and may need help with either medication or counseling to feel happiness in joy in life. ...Read more

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How are emotional wellness and wellness related?

Wellness: They are unseparable as total wellness refers to the health of the body mind and spirit when viewed from the holistic point of view. ...Read more

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Emotional need for elderly?

Fast Life: Remember that our culture has changed dramatically over the course of your elderly loved one's life. The internet did not exist during most of the life of the elderly person. Even freeways didn't exist for the most part. Life is just lived at a much faster pace that it was decades ago. Remember to slow down and have a conversation, and do a lot of patient, interested listening. ...Read more

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What is emotional detachment?

Numbing: Emotional detachment is an inability to connect with others on an emotional level, or a type of mental assertiveness that allows people to maintain their boundaries. ...Read more

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Why is emotional health important?

Why is emotional health important?

Normal/health: A way of thinking about normalcy is a range of behaviors for instance if you were to wash your hands one or two times a day, typically that would not be considered abnormal. However, if you were to wash your hands dozens of times per day, that quite likely would be considered abnormal. In this context normalcy should not be thought of in simple terms of yes or no, black or white. ...Read more