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Unformatted text preview: I n telligence L inks to learning, memory, language, attention… Bigger brains may not be better Faster is not the same as better Spearman’s psychometric approach Ind. diffs in behaviors/abili ties Cattell’s f luid and crystallized in telligence Crystallized intelligence Acquired skills and knowledge/application Increased with age Fluid intelligence Ability to reason, process information Solve unfamiliar problems, gain new knowledge Peaks by age 20 Gardner’s multiple intelligence In telligence includes all abili ties society values Language, logic, math Musical or other artistic Physical/kinesthetic In terpersonal/intrapersonal IQ tests Wechsler: WAIS-I I I and WISC-IV Mul tiple subscales Relative to strengths/weaknesses Standardization- process of est. rules for admin/interpretation NormsDescription of freq of occurrence of scores Large, stratified sample Set mean and SD E motion To move or motivate ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course PGY 166214 taught by Professor Hudson during the Fall '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.
- Fall '10