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Unformatted text preview: learning. 3. Intelligence as a two-factor theory o Spearmans g o Every task requires a combination of general ability (g) and skills that are specific to the task (s) o G for general intelligence o S factors: specific abilities 4. Fluid versus Crystallized Intelligence o Some measures were more highly related than others o Raymond Cattell (1971) distinguished two types of intelligence: Fluid Intelligence: the ability to process information. Crystallized Intelligence: the accuracy and amount of information available for processing. 5. Multiple Intelligences o Howard Gardner (1983, 1999) alternatively suggests there are either separate kinds of intelligence Verbal-l...
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