List of Acronyms and Initialisms: I - IQ


  • iq – (i) idem quod (Latin, "the same as")
  • IQ – (i) Intelligence Quotient – (s) Iraq (ISO 3166 digram)
  • IQD – (s) Iraqi dinar (ISO 4217 currency code)

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Capital IQ
... Standard Poor's Capital IQ is a multinational financial information provider headquartered in New York City, United States, and a division of Standard Poor's ... Standard Poor's Capital IQ was formed in 2010 from offerings previously provided by Capital IQ, elements of S P including Global Credit Portal and MarketScope Advisor, enterprise ...
Mental Disorders Diagnosed In Childhood - Mental Retardation - DSM-IV-TR
... is significantly below average with an IQ of about 70 or lower ... There are varying degrees of mental retardation, which are identified by an IQ test ... Mild Mental Retardation IQ level 50-55 to approximately 70 Moderate Mental Retardation IQ level 35-40 to 50-55 Severe Mental Retardation IQ level 20-25 ...
Compensatory Education - Jensenism
... Jensenism is the theory that IQ is largely determined by genes, including racial heritage ... the publication of his controversial 1969 paper, "How Much Can We Boost IQ and Scholastic Achievement?" ... educational achievement gaps persist because genetic based differences in IQ predominate socioeconomically based inequalities in education ...
Capital IQ - History
... Capital IQ was founded in 1999 by Neal Goldman, Steve Turner and Randall Winn ... served as the CEO/Executive Managing Director of Capital IQ, Inc ... Capital IQ grew very rapidly to become one of the leading providers of software, data and analytics to the financial services community ...
Cognitive Epidemiology - Behavior
... the effect of one's intelligence on health, in one British study, high childhood IQ was shown to correlate with one's chance of becoming a vegetarian in ... In another British study, high childhood IQ was shown to inversely correlate with the chances of smoking ... The association between childhood IQ and the risk of later injury remained even after accounting for factors such as the child's socioeconomic background ...