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This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
Learning aptitude is assessed by evaluating two dimensions of behavior: intellectual performance and adaptive behavior.

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Question 2.
Adaptive behavior is operationalized as performance on standardized tests of intelligence.

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Question 3.
Intelligence tests contain items requiring reasoning, problem solving, and scholastic aptitude.

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Question 4.
Measures of adaptive behavior assess competence in areas such as personal care, communication, social, civic, and vocational skills.

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Question 5.
The Adaptive Behavior Evaluation Scale—Revised Second Edition is an observation system for use in schools and homes.

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Question 6.
The AAMR Adaptive Behavior Scale—School—Second Edition is appropriate for students in grades K–12.

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Question 7.
The Supports Intensity Scale is designed to gather information about the types of supports required by individuals ages 16 to 17.

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Question 8.
The Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales—Second Edition assesses five major adaptive behavior domains: Communication, Daily Living Skills, Socialization, Motor Skills, and Maladaptive Behavior.

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Question 9.
The Hammill Multiability Intelligence Test is a companion measure to the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children—IV.

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Question 10.
A student's adaptive behavior can be assessed by direct observation.

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