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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/11/10 Intelligence Jennifer Hill
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10/11/10 What is it Intelligence is in reference to a person’s general intellectual ability. Intelligence can be defined as a person’s ability or abilities to acquire and use of knowledge for adapting to the world or solving problems.
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10/11/10 Early Theorists and Theories Charles Spearman Maintained intelligence is quite general “mental energy”. The intelligent person: Understands things quickly Makes sound decisions Carriers on interesting conversations The difference, in which some are quicker than others in miscellaneous areas, are ways in which the same underlying general intelligence reveals itself.
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10/11/10 Early Theorists and Theories L.L. Thurstone Intelligence comprises seven distinct mental abilities. Spatial Ability Memory Perceptual Speed Word Fluency Numerical Ability Reasoning Verbal Meaning
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10/11/10 Early Theorists and Theories R. B. Cattel
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This note was uploaded on 10/10/2010 for the course 225 BEH taught by Professor Griffin during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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