Intelligence 3-10

Intelligence 3-10 - c. Genetics is thought to be a range in...

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Intelligence What is it? 1) Average Person a. Practical problem solving ability b. Verbal ability c. Social competence 2) Experts a. Verbal ability b. Problem solving ability c. Practical intelligence 3) Intelligence tests generally ignore social competence and practical intelligence 4) a. What is IQ? i. Originally – Intelligent Quotient ii. Mental age/ chronological age * 100 iii. A child who tests at 3.5 but is only 3 will have an IQ of 3.5/3*100=116.67 iv. Now it is simply your score an on intelligence test b. IQ scores fall on a normal curve: Nature vs. Nurture 1) How do we get smart? a. Heritability estimates about 60% nature is responsible for about 60% of the variability in IQ scores b. 40% is related to non-genetic causes such as nutrition, education, and upbringing.
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Unformatted text preview: c. Genetics is thought to be a range in which your IQ can be. d. Environment determines where in the range you fall Stembergs Theory 1) Componential/Analytic: Traditional IQ 2) Experiential/Creative: Divergent Thinking 3) Contextual/Practical: Real-world situations 8 Multiple Intelligences (Gardner, 1988) 1) 3 Standard Intelligences: a. Linguistic verbal skills b. Logical mathematical & analysis c. Spatial artistic 2) 3 Special Intelligences: a. Musical b. Bodily kinesthetic coordination c. Naturalistic nature 3) 2 EQ (Emotional Quotient) Intelligences a. Interpersonal between people b. Intrapersonal themselves ** 16 questions on learning!...
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