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Reasoning & Intelligence (ch 10) 1. analogy (& examples) 2. inductive reasoning 3. deductive reasoning 4. availability bias 5. confirmation bias 6. predictable-world bias 7. broaden-and-build theory of positive emotions 8. cultural and language influences on how we think 9. intelligence 10.IQ 11.types of achievement that IQ predicts 12.general intelligence (g) 13.Charles Spearman 14.fluid vs. crystallized intelligence 15.theories of multiple intelligence (Gardner, Sternberg) 16.savant syndrome 17.Alfred Binet 18.Stanford-Binet scale 19.WAIS & WISC 20.bell curve & mean of a bell curve 21.extremes of intelligence 22.Flynn effect 23.intelligence: nature vs. nurture (evidence) 24.effect of minority status on IQ 25.John Ogbu 26.stereotype threat 27. Cognitive Development (ch 11) 28.infant preparedness 29.social referencing 30.brain development in infancy 31.maturation 32.maturation sequence of motor development 33.Jean Piaget 34.schemas 35.assimilation vs. accommodation 36.operations 37.Piaget’s stages of cognitive development 38.sensorimotor 39.preoperational
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