Ch 8 Intelligence PSYC 2076

Ch 8 Intelligence PSYC 2076 - Ch:8 Intelligence

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Ch: 8 Intelligence The ability to learn from experience, solve problems, and  use knowledge to adapt to new situations We can evaluate intelligence only  indirectly  by  studying and comparing the intelligent acts that people  perform. In research studies,  intelligence  is whatever the  intelligence test measures. This tends to be “school 
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Assessing Intelligence Early assessments—the 1905 Scale and  Intelligence Quotient (IQ)  “There is nothing about an individual as important as  his IQ.” –Lewis Terman The concept of IQ was created by William Stern in 1912 Formula: IQ—a score once obtained on a particular 
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Intelligence Tests The two main intelligence tests that are administered  to children on an individual basis today are the  Stanford-Binet test  and the Wechsler Scales Stanford-Binet test Scores approximate a normal distribution.  The current test is administered individually to people  aged 2 through adult. Items on the test require both 
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2011 for the course PSYC, PSYC 2076, 2060 taught by Professor Briganti,gustan,perlis,namikas,wheeler during the Spring '10 term at LSU.

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Ch 8 Intelligence PSYC 2076 - Ch:8 Intelligence

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