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Ch 9 vocab - Psychometric approach (Spearman) g s fluid...

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Psychometric approach (Spearman) g s fluid intelligence (Raymond Cattell) crystallized intelligence (Raymond Cattell) Multiple intelligence (Gardner) Triarchic theory Stanford-Binet IQ test Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Fourth section (WISC-IV) Wechsler Adult intelligence scale-third edition Progressive Matrices (Raven) The measurement of individual differences in performance “general” ability [to perform well on any test of mental ability] “specific” ability [each task also requires this] [mechanical, musical, arithmetical, logical, and spatial abilities] The power of reasoning and using information [ability to learn new skills, solve unfamiliar problems, perceive relationships](peak=20) Acquired skills and knowledge and the ability to apply that knowledge in specific situations. [includes the job skills that someone has acquired over years] Unrelated forms of intelligence [consisting of language, musical abilities, logical and mathematical reasoning, spatial reasoning, ability to recognize and classify objects, body movement skills, self-control and self-understanding, and sensitivity to other people’s social signals.] Three aspects of intelligence: (a) cognitive processes, (b) identifying situations that require intelligence, and (c) using intelligence in the external world. [analytical, creative, and practical intelligence.] Adaptive testing. Questions are labeled by age for level of difficulty. Start with questions for year below actual examinee’s age and continues unti she misses a certain number of items. Child and adult both score 116, 84% Administered to children 16 and under. Administered to 1 child at a time. Avg score:100 like the regular IQ test. Composite scores: verbal comprehension index, perceptual reasoning index, working memory index, and processing speed index. Avg score 100. Administer to 1 person at a tme. Usually takes around 3-3.5 hrs. The most widely used culture-reduced test.
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