IQs in a sentence
61. However, children aged between five and 10 saw their IQs increase by up to half a point a year over the three decades.
62. Furthermore, cognitive abilities (IQs) of people with WMS typically range from mild-to-moderate levels of intellectual disability.
63. A 2006 study analyzing presidential IQs by Dean Keith Simonton of U.C. Davis appeared in the journal Political Psychology.
64. It is worth noting that other sources and/or studies might have different results for the IQs of United States Presidents.
65. Central to the book's thesis is a tabulation of what Lynn and Vanhanen believe to be the average IQs of the world's nations.
66. In those cases, the authors have used an estimated value by taking averages of the IQs of neighboring or comparable nations.
67. A 2008 study found a similar effect, but to a much lesser degree and only for individuals with IQs less than 85 on the Wechsler scales.
68. In 1999, Langan and others formed a non-profit corporation named the Mega Foundation for those with IQs of 164 or above.
69. Those authors sometimes claim such ceilings produce systematic underestimation of the IQs of intellectually gifted people.
70. P. aeruginosa employs five interconnected QS systems – las, rhl, pqs, iqs and pch – that each produce unique signaling molecules.
71. (WEBMD, 2005) Hyperlexic children are characterized by word-reading ability well above what would be expected given their ages and IQs.
72. A 2007 study revealed that those attending a gymnasium in the north had similar IQs to those attending one in the south.
73. When the subjects were given an IQ test, wine drinkers consistently scored higher IQs than their counterpart beer drinkers.
74. Hominems have higher IQs, they're stronger, faster, more resistant to illness and trauma, and have quicker reflexes.
75. Lynn and Vanhanen's research on national IQs has attracted widespread criticism of the book's scores, methodology, and conclusions.
76. For another 79 nations, they estimated the mean IQs on the basis of the arithmetic means of the measured IQs of neighboring countries.
77. People diagnosed with FAS have IQs ranging from 20–105 (with a mean of 68), and demonstrate poor concentration and attention skills.
78. "Borderline intellectual functioning" is not currently defined, but the term may be used to apply to people with IQs in the 70s.
79. "In addition, we show that national IQs are strongly confounded with the current developmental status of countries.
80. National IQs correlate with all the variables that have been suggested to have caused the Flynn Effect in the developed world."
81. It focuses on children with learning disabilities and other learning issues that have average or above average IQs.
82. Initially the discrepancy was explained by that the advanced computer users with high IQs were savvy enough to choose other browsers.
83. In April 2017, he was recorded stating that people who don't speak Ukrainian have "low IQs" and should be sent to "ghettoes".
84. They have IQs lower than 75 points and their disability manifested and was documented prior to turning 18 years of age.
85. Sarrazin has proposed that there are too many immigrants in Germany, and that they supposedly have lower IQs than Germans.
86. However, the London Daily Mail reports the folks at Nintendo are promoting games that stimulate the mind and improve children's IQs.
87. Georgia was then invited to join Mensa, the High IQ society whose members have IQs in the top 2 per cent of the population.
88. For example, a graph of IQs of everyone in your kindergarten class should be a series of unrelated points, not a line graph.
89. Low IQs can mean bad problem-solving abilities, which makes people less capable of dealing with stress in crisis situations.
90. third study by Straus, presented at a recent conference, ties nations' high rates of spanking to lower average IQs.