Lect+9.Intelligence

Lect+9.Intelligence - Today's Topic: Intelligence...

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1 Introduction to Psychology PSC 1 Winter 2010 Guest Lecturer: Christi Bamford Today’s Topic: Intelligence s What is intelligence? s How do we measure intelligence? s The extremes of intelligence s Is intelligence inherited? s What is Intelligence? What is Intelligence? s Those attributes that center around skill at information processing, problem solving, and adapting to new or changing environments.” (Bernstein). s “The capacity to learn from experience, using metacognitive processes to enhance learning, and the ability to adapt to the surrounding environment…” (Sternberg). What is Intelligence? s General Intelligence (‘g’) (Spearman) s Types of Intelligence b Crystallized intelligence b Fluid intelligence s Theories of Multiple Intelligences b Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences b Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory What is Intelligence? s General Intelligence (‘g’) (Spearman) s Types of Intelligence b Crystallized intelligence b Fluid intelligence s Theories of Multiple Intelligences b Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences b Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory
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2 What is Intelligence? s General Intelligence (‘g’) (Spearman) s Types of Intelligence b Crystallized intelligence b Fluid intelligence s Example Fluid-Intelligence Check Fluid-Intelligence Check Fluid-Intelligence Check What is Intelligence? s General Intelligence (‘g’) (Spearman) s Types of Intelligence b Crystallized intelligence b Fluid intelligence s Theories of Multiple Intelligences b Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences b Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory What is Intelligence? s General Intelligence (‘g’) (Spearman) s 2 Types of Intelligence b Crystallized intelligence b Fluid intelligence s Theories of Multiple Intelligences b Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences b Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory
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3 Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences s Eight Different Intelligences: s Verbal-linguistic s Logical-mathematical s Spatial abilities s Bodily-Kinesthetic s Musical s Interpersonal s Intrapersonal s Naturalist + Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences s Evidence for multiple intelligences? s
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Lect+9.Intelligence - Today's Topic: Intelligence...

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