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In fact, Rowe, Suskind and Hoff cite research that has found ''that parental knowledge of child development was more predictive of parent input than was mothers' verbal IQ.
This involved testing of vocabulary and general knowledge for verbal IQ and pattern-completion reasoning puzzles for nonverbal IQ.
TD and 00 participants had nearly identical and high average verbal IQ scores, which were an average 7 points higher than the HFA verbal IQ scores.
Exclusive breastfeeding - rather than any level of breastfeeding - had the greatest effect, boosting verbal IQ scores by nearly a point per month.
Those children who gained the most weight scored especially high on verbal IQ at age 6.
At 5 years old, the prolonged criers had lower performance and verbal IQ scores than the comparison group, and also performed worse on tests measuring eye-hand coordination, the report indicates.
A low verbal IQ means that they have a smaller store of words and knowledge at their disposal.
Table 1 gives each participant's age; gender; Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence Full Scale IQ (FSIQ), Verbal IQ (VIQ), and Performance IQ (PIQ); and scores on three indices of severity of autistic symptoms, from the Childhood Autism Rating Scale, the Gilliam Autism Rating Scale, and the Gilliam Asperger Disorder Scale.