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DrunkDinosaur DrunkDinosaur
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Research on recognition memory has shown that

a. habituation rate is positively correlated with intelligence.
b. habituation rate is negatively correlated with language skills.
c. recognition memory is first used at five years of age.
d. there is no link between recognition memory and intelligence.
e. habituation is not possible until six years of age.
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Are you sure it's not (A)?

Research on recognition memory has demonstrated that habituation rate, or the speed at which an individual becomes accustomed to a new stimulus and begins to lose interest, is positively correlated with intelligence. Studies involving infants have shown that those who habituate more rapidly to visual and auditory stimuli often exhibit higher cognitive functioning and intelligence scores later in life. This correlation suggests that a faster habituation rate may reflect more efficient information processing and a greater capacity for learning and memory, thereby serving as an early indicator of intellectual development. Consequently, understanding habituation rates can provide valuable insights into cognitive growth and potential in early childhood.
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