Thus, the EG obtained a similar performance, showing no statistical difference compared to the CG1, which was paired by mental age
(309) However, Judge Barkett wrote separately "to address the separate and troubling issue of Henyard's mental age
A Gwent Police spokesman said: 'Mark has the mental age
of a seven- year-old and has gone missing before and found in the Cardiff and Porthcawl areas.'
Deemed to have a mental age
of six, Julie was not allowed to enter a plea, even though she has consistently protested her innocence.
But having a mental age
of six might suggest his sick, evil intent was less than well thought out when he committed his crimes.
A DISABLED young man with the mental age
of five is hounded by Iain Duncan Smith's department.
Jason Ketley, 42, who has a mental age
of two, was repeatedly gnawed on his back and neck by the rodent at St Ebba's Hospital in Epsom, Surrey.
He also said that as per the medical board, 'Rimsha's age is 14 years, but her mental age
is around seven to eight years'.
A psychologist assessed Evans IQ as being in the bottom 0.3% of his peers, describing his mental age
as being between eight-and-a-half and nine-and-a-half years old.
An inquest later heard that 39-year-old Heather was depressed and was struggling to cope with James, aged 22, who had epilepsy and the mental age
of a toddler.
Judge John Rogers QC, sitting at Mold Crown Court, told him: "I have to deal with you for two sexual assaults carried out against a 19-year-old female who was vulnerable in that she has the mental age
of a 12 to 14-year-old.
She said the disabled woman, who has a mental age
of six, awoke to find him in her bedroom.