10.16.08 Intelligence

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 11/4/09 INTELLIGENCE, WISDOM, CREATIVITY 10/16/2008 11/4/09 • WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? • HOW DO YOU KNOW IF A 50 YEAR OLD, A 60 YEAR OLD, OR A 70 YEAR OLD IS “SMART”? 11/4/09 WHAT IS INTELLIGENCE? • TEXT : GENERAL PROFICIENCY AT COGNITIVE TASKS • Webster’s : capacity for reasoning, understanding, and for similar forms of mental activity; knowledge 11/4/09 Spearman: g • g= general intelligence – Believed to underlie all intelligent behavior 11/4/09 Schaie: stages of adult intelligence • Intelligence during adulthood is different from that of what is used during childhood – Depends on what aspects of life they are drawing on and what they are developing 11/4/09 • Acquisitive stage: stage during childhood and adolescence – During this stage we learn how to master intelligence 11/4/09 • Achieving stage: young adulthood – Individual is called on to use knowledge that they have previously gained to use in real life situations – Applying learned knowledge – Monitoring oneself – Learning when to use what you know 11/4/09 • Responsible stage: middle age – Where a person has established oneself, settled down/in, started a family/business – Use knowledge gained in earlier stages to maintain what has been established 11/4/09 • Executive stage: beyond responsible stage – Having more of an executive role in terms of being responsible for other people; family, church, business, etc. 11/4/09...
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This note was uploaded on 11/03/2009 for the course PSY 1357 taught by Professor C.lausberg during the Fall '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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