For verbal tasks, adult-like neural patterns in the Broca area, which is involved in speech and language, predicted higher verbal test scores in children.
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Another problem associated with assuming that nonverbal tests of intelligence are fairer than verbal tests is that the terms "verbal" and "nonverbal" only refer to the stimuli used in a test, not the psychological processes needed to solve test questions (Lohman, 2005).
March is National Music Month, and did you know that kids who play an instrument for at least three years score better on verbal tests and visual reasoning?
The licensing committee vice-chairman, Coun Bruce Lines, told of another case in which a driver who had passed the verbal test appeared with an interpreter.
Researchers at the University of Virginia Health System (UVHS) found that people who had both type 1 and type 2 diabetes performed poorly on math and verbal tests when they became hyperglycemic, a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal.
The honors student at Saugus High School couldn't believe she saw scores of 800 on both the math and verbal tests, giving her a perfect score of 1600 on the SAT.
The camp's most notorious malingerer, John Kyprianou, has a drill and verbal test to check if he will or won't be able to pass out on parade with the others.
Because males outperform females in overall spatial processing, differences in a verbal test requiring spatial processing favor males.