U6D1.docx - n this unit you are introduced to a variety of theories of intelligence including Spearman's two-factor theory(1927 Cattell-Horn's twofactor

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n this unit, you are introduced to a variety of theories of intelligence, including Spearman's two-factor theory (1927), Cattell-Horn's two- factor theory (1966), Luria's information processing approach (1966), Cattell-Horn and Carroll's CHC model (1997), and Carroll's three- stratum theory (1997). In your post: Describe how these theories differ in regard to the ever-reversing role of general intellectual ability factor ( g ). In this week’s discussion, our chapter reading explain intelligience and its measurement. Inteligent is manifested into different ways across life span which may include, knowledge, logic, judgement and many more (Cohen & Swerdlik 2018). Spearman tried to measure intelligence and correlations between intelligent test, which made him develop the Spearman’s two-factor theory. This theory explains that existence of general intellectual ability factor that is partially tapped by other mental abilities, with g labelling the general intellectual ability factor (Cohen & Swerdlik 2018). Another theory arised which was called the Cattel-horn’s two- facot theory focuses on crystalized and fluid intelligence. Crystalized intelligence are acquired skills and knowledge depdenant on culture and education (Cohen & Swerdlik 2018). Fluid intelligence are
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