posted by rose - Ms. Sue on .
Can you please help me get some datas, to help me answer this question.
What is the difference between absolute continuity and differential
continuity? Do an individual's experiences impact differential continuity?
Provide specific examples.
I wasn't able to find very much on this subject -- but these sites may help you.
For an example, my IQ tests have varied by 20 points, depending upon when I took each test. My lowest score was in the evening when I was tired from taking care of my two toddlers during the day.
thanks a lot Ms. sue
I was getting really stressed.
Have a good night.
You're welcome, Rose. You have a good night, too. :-)
By the way, although I have a masters (years ago) in educational counseling, I hadn't heard of these terms. They don't seem to be very common.
Absolute continuity typically refers to the consistency of the average score on a given trait over time, while differential continuity refers to the stability of individual differences in scores.