10-23 Intelligence

10-23 Intelligence - 10/23 Intelligencetesting TheInfant:

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10/23 Intelligence testing The Infant : -Bayley Scales of Infant Development (1 to 42 months) -Scores are highly unreliable in predicting later IQ The Child : -Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (4-7.5 years) Wechsler  Intelligence Scale for Children (6-16 years) Stanford Binet V -Around age 5, IQ scores become stable over time -Scores can fluctuate, increase, and decrease -Cumulative-deficit hypothesis The Adolescent :   -increased stability of IQ scores  The Adult : -Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Stanford Binet -Positive relationship between IQ and occupational success and IQ and health What influences IQ Scores? Nature  (genes) -approximately 50% of intelligence Nurture  (home environment) -home observation for measurement of the environment (HOME) -predictors for high IQs -parental involvement and opportunities for stimulation Social Class -Flynn effect -children in lower-class homes average 10-20 points below same aged children in  middle class homes
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course DFST 1013 taught by Professor Fields-moore during the Spring '08 term at North Texas.

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10-23 Intelligence - 10/23 Intelligencetesting TheInfant:

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