L10 Intelligence

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  I. What is intelligence? -the ability  to learn from and adapt to the environment   II.  History of Intelligence (not in text)   III.  Measurement of intelligence (or any psychological      variable) A. Reliability  B. Validity   C. Standardization     IV.  Theories of Intelligence   V.  Controversies in Intelligence testing
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II.  History of Intelligence (not in text) A. Darwin’s Origin of the Species 1859 -individual differences between people B.   Sir Francis Galton’s Anthropometric Lab in   London  1884 -measured individual diff, wanted to prove co-relations -first attempt to measure intelligence C.  Alfred Binet in Paris developed Binet-Simon  Scale  1905 -first modern intelligence test -Parisian school system wanted a test to determine which  children were able to learn [ages 3-11] -still used today  D.   Terman Stanford-Binet IntelligenceScale.1916 -brought Binet-Simon scale to US, re-normed the test E.   Army Alpha and Beta 1917 -first group setting IQ test
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  • Fall '08
  • Winters
  • modern intelligence test, Adult Intelligence Scale, *just b/c test, ­Beta­ non­verbal test, differential predictive validity, II.  History

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