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i.q.

abbr.
Latin idem quod (the same as)
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i.q.

abbreviation for
idem quod
[Latin: the same as]
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Noun1.I.Q. - a measure of a person's intelligence as indicated by an intelligence test; the ratio of a person's mental age to their chronological age (multiplied by 100)
ratio - the relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient)
adult intelligence - the average IQ of the adults in a given population
borderline intelligence - the minimal IQ required for someone to function normally and independently in the world (without some form of institutional assistance)
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The standard I.Q. test has weighed heavily in our decision about placement as well as a review of their file.
I had read her file and interviewed her and immediately had serious doubts because of her stated I.Q. of 61.
Gordon Shaw, a physicist whose research on classical music's effect on the brain produced an often-quoted study suggesting that listening to Mozart raises I.Q., died April 26 at his home in Laguna Beach, California.
When the students were tested again, the Mozart listeners' I.Q. levels had risen as much as nine points, though the increases began to dissipate after 10 minutes.
In arguing that I.Q. is more than 50 percent heredity and that psychological disorders are also linked to family members, Comings dispels the ideas that changes in societal structure have everything to do with changes in percentages of behavioral disorders.
Comings may look at societal trends with a different vi-ewpoint from most people, There is a theory that people who have lower intelligence quotients (I.Q.s) have more children, on average, than do those people with higher I.Q.s.
The results were analyzed by ethnicity and by I.Q., with one I.Q.