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Psych020Chapter9(Intelligence)

Psych020Chapter9(Intelligence) - OUTLINE CHAPTER9...

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CHAPTER 9   INTELLIGENT THOUGHT & BEHAVIOR  REASONING Deductive logic Inductive logic PROBLEM-SOLVING Algorithms Heuristics DEFINING INTELLIGENCE OUTLINE
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REASONING & PROBLEM-SOLVING INDUCTIVE REASONING - Bottom-up reasoning - from specific facts to  a general principle. - Laws and theories are developed  in this manner.  * Less certainty about conclusions.
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1.  Problems of Arrangement Example: Anagrams Using the letters in the following phrase list as many different words as you can think of: Psychology class Greeno (1978) – 3 basic classes of problems
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Without lifting your pencil from the paper, draw no more  than 4 lines that will cross through all nine dots.  2. Problems of inducing structure
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The matchstick problem. Move 2 matches to form 4 equal squares.  2. Problems  of inducing  structure
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Three jugs (with 3, 21, and 127 ounce capacity). The large  jug is full & you want exactly 100 ounces in the large jug. 3. PROBLEMS OF TRANSFORMATION
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Confirmation bias belief perseverance
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THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE SPEARMAN: a single unitary factor (g) MATH ENGLISH ART
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THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE Thurstone: 7 primary mental abilities performance on a task is more
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