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PSY 1 Announcements: Office hours in Espresso Roma today Party on Sunday, February 28th, 11 am 111, 11 th St, Del Mar Today: INTELLIGENCE Anstis -- Cai -- Krieger
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Please come to my spring Party 111, 11th St, Del Mar FAQ: Free Food? -- YES Is this a Joke? -- NO Will I be the only one there? -- NO [Does not affect your Grade] It’s a Course Requirement!
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Intelligence and Thought Prof. Stuart Anstis
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Intelligence
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In our culture, you are expected to [be]: A good driver A good lover Have a High IQ Can we define “Intelligence?” --NO It’s like sorting apples We can’t define “Life” either.
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When I was a boy of 14, my father was so ignorant I could hardly stand to have the old man around. But when I got to be 21, I was astonished at how much he had learned in seven years. - Mark Twain
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Does IQ count? World’s highest IQ World’s most powerful job Writes magazine advice column Not world’s highest IQ [Old slide]
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Intelligence and Reasoning How can we Identify and Measure Intelligence ? The Nature-Nurture Debate Concerning IQ Varieties of Intelligence How People Reason and Solve Problems
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Intelligence and Reasoning HOW CAN WE IDENTIFY AND MEASURE INTELLIGENCE ? The Nature-Nurture Debate Concerning IQ Varieties of Intelligence How People Reason and Solve Problems
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Intelligence and Reasoning HOW CAN WE IDENTIFY AND MEASURE INTELLIGENCE ? IQ Tests as Measures of a collection of Mental Abilities The Concept of General Intelligence and Attempts to Explain It
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Sir Francis Galton (1822-1911) Fingerprints Fingerprints Fidgets Fidgets Pretty women Pretty women Composite photos Composite photos Correlation Correlation African explorer African explorer Eugenics? Eugenics?
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Binet’s Development of a Test of School-Related Abilities
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Alfred Binet 1857-1911
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Alfred Binet (France, 1857-1911) Law degree Self-taught in psychology Member of Commission on the Education of Retarded Children First systematic intelligence test (Binet-Simon Intelligence Test, 1905) Concept of “mental age” (1908 Binet-Simon revision)
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Alfred Binet (France, 1857-1911) “…judgment, otherwise called good sense, practical sense, initiative, the faculty of adapting one’s self to circumstances. To judge well, to comprehend well, to reason well, these are the essential activities of intelligence” - Binet & Simon (1916)
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Theodore Simon (1873-1961) Binet’s junior colleague Mentor of Piaget in the 1920’s, got young Piaget a position in which he was in charge of administering Binet’s reading test on Parisian children
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1905 -- Dream up questions… 1905 -- Compare performance on questions to teachers’ ratings (which they realized was somewhat circular and flawed) 1908 -- Find which questions half of the 8-, 9-, 10-…year olds can answer. Test a candidate with these. If s/he answers all the
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2010 for the course PSYC 1 taught by Professor Stuartantsis during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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