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Slide 1 Infant and Child Development Chapter 9 Friday October 19th, 2007
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Slide 2 Announcements ‘Sense of Self’ worksheet due Tuesday
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Slide 3 What is intelligence ? How is it measured ? What role does nature and nurture play in determining intelligence? 9—Intelligence
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Slide 4 The Concept of Intelligence What Is Intelligence? – Intelligence -- lower tolerance people takes longer to learn -- creative problem solving -- emotional …understand own as well as other people’s emotions better -- the ability to solve problems and to adapt to and learn from experiences -- it can only be evaluated indirectly
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Slide 5 The Concept of Intelligence Intelligence Tests Individual Tests Sir Frances Galton, the father of mental tests, believed that sensory, perceptual, and motor processes were the key dimensions of intelligence. Reaction time
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Slide 6 The Concept of Intelligence Intelligence Tests (continued) Binet tests: Devised by Alfred Binet at the request of the French Ministry of Education to determine which students would not profit from typical school instruction. Mental Age (MA): An individual’s level of mental development relative to others. Intelligence Quotient (IQ): A term coined by William Stern (1912) to derive a score from an individual’s mental age divided by chronological age multiplied by 100: (IQ = MA/CA x 100).
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Slide 7 The Concept of Intelligence Intelligence Tests (continued) The Stanford-Binet Tests Revised at Stanford University for use in the United States to analyze individual responses in verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, abstract/visual reasoning, and short-term memory. Scores approximate a normal distribution A symmetrical, bell-shaped curve
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Slide 8 The Concept of Intelligence The Normal Curve and Stanford-Binet IQ Scores
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Slide 9 The Concept of Intelligence Intelligence Tests (continued)
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 331 taught by Professor Carpenter during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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