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Intelligence Amanda Cerda Behavioral Science Thomas Kin PH .D. October 8 th 2010
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What is Intelligence? Comprehension & Retention General Intellectual ability Abilities and Aptitude Ability to profit from experience
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Early Theories Of Intelligence Spearman: Intelligence is General Thurstone: Seven Distinctive Intellectual Abilities Cattell: Crystallized and Fluid Intelligence
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Contemporary Theories Sternberg: Triarchic Theory of Intelligence Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences Goleman’s Theory of Emotional Intelligence
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Comparison Between Early and Contemporary Theories Spearman’s “Mental Energy” Theory Thurstone and Cattell; Early influences Sternberg and Gardner; Contemporary
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Unformatted text preview: influences Goleman adds a new dimension Measuring Intelligence Binet Scale tests Intelligence Quotient Wechsler adult and child Scales Group Tests Performance and Culture fair tests What Makes A Good Intelligence Test? Reliability Validity Attention to Changes in IQ Conclusion Intelligence is mental abilities Early theorists shaped contemporary theories Contemporary theories are used today Intelligence tests allow intelligence measurement Validity and reliability of tests. Questions? Reference: Charles G, Morris & Albert A. Maisto. (2005) Psychology: An Introduction. Chapter 8...
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