Chapter 10 - Chapter10 Intelligence TheStudyofIntelligence

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Chapter 10 Intelligence The Study of Intelligence Conceptualizing Intelligence Internal capacity/ability Accounts for individual differences on tests  Allows us to adapt to changing environments Spearman’s Two-Factor Model Psychometrics- to measure the mind using psychological tests Factor G: once general (g) intelligence  Factor S: specific (s)  abilities  Types of Intelligence Fluid Intelligence o Natural ability o Not influenced by experience Crystallized intelligence o Knowledge and ability gained through experience (school-work) Multiple Intelligence Howard Gardner People have separate and individual “intelligences” Included special abilities/talents Case study approach Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences
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1. Bodily- kinesthetic  2. Interpersonal 3. Intrapersonal 4. Linguistic 5. Logical/Mathematical 6. Musical 7. Naturalist 8. Spatial
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