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Unformatted text preview: Intelligence Chapter 10 Chapter Outline 1. What Do We Mean by Intelligence? 2. Forms of Intelligence 3. How Do We Measure Intelligence? 4. Is Intelligence Governed by Genetic or Environmental Factors? 5. Intelligence: What Happens in the Brain? 6. Extremes in Intelligence: How We Differ What Do We Mean by Intelligence? Intelligence Ability to learn Ability to apply learned material to life Metacognition- Ability to understand and control cognitive activity Forms of Intelligence Spearmans two factor theory  Factor analysis statistical method to determine whether two or more items correlate, thus forming a cluster. s factor - specific factor tied to a specific area of functioning g factor general factor relating to all clusters Forms of Intelligence Cont. Thurstone Primary mental abilities that do not rely on general intelligence. 1. Word fluency 2. Number 3. Spatial ability 4. Associative memory 5. Perceptual speed 6. Reasoning Forms of Intelligence Cont. Howard Gardner Theory of multiple intelligences - The theory describes eight independent intelligences:  Linguistic  Logical-mathematical  Musical  Spatial  Bodily-kinesthetic  Interpersonal  Intrapersonal  Naturalistic Forms of Intelligence Cont. Robert Sternberg Triarchic theory of intelligence - intelligence is made up of three interacting components.  Internal analytical Most related to traditional IQ tests  External creative  Experiential practical Help us to adapt to environment Forms of Intelligence Cont. Stephen Ceci Bioecological model of intelligence - intelligence is a function of the interaction between:  Potential abilities  Environment  Motivation Additional Forms of Intelligence Emotional Intelligence Ability to process emotional information in thinking and reasoning...
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ch10 - Intelligence Chapter 10 Chapter Outline 1. What Do...

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