GenPsy.Lec11.Intelligence

GenPsy.Lec11.Intelligence - V Types of Intelligence Tests A...

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INTELLIGENCE General Psychology
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I. Definition Interaction between inherited ability and environmental experiences Ability to acquire, remember and use information Understand both concrete and abstract concepts Understand relationships among objects, events, ideas Apply and use these to solve problems in everyday life
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II. Theories A. Spearman’s 2 factor theory (g + s 1……. . ) B. Cattell’s fluid v. crystallized intelligence C. Gardner’s multiple intelligences-- logical/mathematical; musical; body/kinesthetic; spatial; interpersonal; intrapersonal* D. Goldman’s emotional intelligence E. Sternberg’s information processing approach
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III. Intelligence Testing A. Binet (1905) Mental age B. Intelligence Quotient (IQ) Calculating IQ* Deviation IQ Mean = 100 Standard Deviation = 16* men ta l
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IV. Principles of testing A. Standardization B. Norms C. Validity Construct; predictive D. Reliability Test-retest; split half; alternate forms
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Unformatted text preview: V. Types of Intelligence Tests A. Infant tests B. Stanford-Binet C. Weschler scales* (Verbal + Performance) = Full scale WAIS; WISC; WPPSI D. Intelligence v. achievement tests VI. Uses and Misuses of Intelligence Testing A. Uses Predicting school performance A. Misuses A. Suggests immutability of intellect B. Justifying discrimination C. Over-reliance on testing D. Minimizes creativity, character and practical knowledge E. Underestimating intellectual abilities VII. Influence on Intelligence A. Genetics/heredity* Heritability ratios Adoption studies B. Environment Culture and bias C. Gender D. Stereotype threat (Steele, 1997) F08_14 VIII. Endpoints on the Intelligence Continuum A. Giftedness B. Mental retardation* Definition--(IQ; adaptive functioning; before age 18) Organic v. familial Levels UN08_03 T08_08...
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