Chapter 9 – Learning and Psychological Testing(5-14)

Chapter 9 – Learning and Psychological Testing(5-14)

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Jake Venditto 2/1/10 Chow AP Psychology Chapter 9 – Learning and Psychological Testing Learning Objectives 5. Galton coined the phrase nature versus natures to refer to the heredity – environment issue. Along the way he also invented the concepts of correlation and percentile test scores. Although Galton’s mental tests were a failure, his work created an interest in the measurement of mental ability, setting the stage for a subsequent breakthrough by Alfred Binet. Binet and his colleague Theodore sime expressed a child’s score in terms of their mental age, which indicates that he or she displayed the mental ability typical of a child of that chronological(actual age) 6. Lewis Terman worked and altered Binit’s model. He derived the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) which is a child’s mental age divided by chronological age multiplied by 100. The ratio of mental age to chronological age made it possible to compare children of different ages. 7.
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Chapter 9 – Learning and Psychological Testing(5-14)

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