Intelligence Presentation - v Spatial How is intelligence...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/11/10 Intelligence Presentation Amber N. Hunter BEH/225
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10/11/10 What is intelligence?? Intelligence is a general term referring to the ability or abilities involved in learning and adaptive behavior.
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10/11/10 Early Theories of intelligence VS
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10/11/10 Charles spearman v Intelligence is “quite general” v Will understand things quicker than others v Makes good decisions easily
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10/11/10 L. L. Thurstone Believed there are seven distinct mental abilities v Spatial Ability v Perceptual Speed v Numerical Ability
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10/11/10 Robert Sternberg Triarchic Theory v Analytical Intelligence v Creative Intelligence v Practical Intelligence
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10/11/10 Howard Gardner Theory of Multiple Intelligences v Logical-Mathematical v Linguistic
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Unformatted text preview: v Spatial 10/11/10 How is intelligence measured?? Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale- consists of thirty tests arranged in an order of increasing difficulty. Welchsler Intelligence Scales-most commonly used individual intelligence test for adults. Group Tests- A combination of the Stanford-10/11/10 Characteristics of a good test Reliability- dependability and consistency of the scores yielded by a given test. Validity- a test’s ability to measure as it has been designed to do. 10/11/10 Reference Page Morris, C. G. & Maisto, A. A. (2005) Psychology: An Introduction (12 Ed.) Chapter 8 – Intelligence and Mental Abilities (pp. 293-327) Retrieved September 24...
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  • Spring '09
  • LEE
  • Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, Spatial Ability, Amber N. Hunter, subtitle style Intelligence, distinct mental abilities

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