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Study guide for Exam 3 – Psychology 100 April 3, 2008 Chapter 9 : Intelligence (only 310-319) 1. What is intelligence? a. Spearman says general (g) b. Gardner says 8 - 9 c. Sternberg says only 3 2. Creativity a. Convergent thinking b. Divergent thinking c. Components of creative thinking 3. Emotional intelligence a. What is it? b. What are the components? 4. Assessing intelligence a. Origins (Binet and Simon) b. Mental age calculation c. Terman’s Stanford-Binet test d. WAIS and WISC 5. Principles of test construction a. Standardization b. Reliability Content, split-halves, test-retest c. Validity d. Normal (bell) curve 6. Gifted kids (Terman’s study) 7. Down syndrome Chapter 11: Pages 388 - 417 Two-factor theory of emotions Arousaul + cognitive label Famous study Why called a 2 X 2? What were results? Happiness 1. Causes and consequences a. Short life of “ups and downs” b. Wealth and well-being c. Americans think money
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2010 for the course CHE 150 taught by Professor Bonner during the Spring '10 term at Kentucky.

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