PSYC101.001 C10

PSYC101.001 C10 - 11/8/2009 Psychology 101.001 Intelligence...

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11/8/2009 1 Psychology 101.001 Intelligence ± Intelligence y is a psychological construct y is generally defined as the ability to learn from experience solve problems adapt to new situations ± Single or multiple factors? y specific abilities exist y debate over whether g underlies specific abilities PSYC 101.001 VILLADO 3 Intelligence ± Cognitive ability, general intelligence, or g y verbal ability y numerical ability y reasoning ability y deductive ability y spatial ability y perceptual ability y ability to recognize relationships y memory PSYC 101.001 VILLADO 4
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11/8/2009 2 Intelligence ± Contemporary theories y Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences y linguistic y logical–mathematical y musical y spatial y bodily kinesthetic y intrapersonal y interpersonal y natural y existential PSYC 101.001 VILLADO 5 Intelligence ± Contemporary theories (continued) y Sternberg’s triarchic theory y analytical y practical
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Pomeran during the Fall '08 term at Rice.

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PSYC101.001 C10 - 11/8/2009 Psychology 101.001 Intelligence...

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