Conclusions about intelligence

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Conclusions about intelligence o Our intelligence and success in life involve a broader range of capabilities than those measured by traditional intelligence tests o There is no single correct theory of intelligence o A variety of theories and assessments reveal the different ways in which people are intelligent Back to IQ: poverty and intelligence o Children’s intellectual growth can be impaired by Reduced access to health service Poor parenting Insufficient stimulation and emotional support Poor nutrition o In all countries studied, children from wealthier homes scored higher on IQ than did children from poor homes o Risk factors and intellectual development Head of household unemployed Mother did not complete high school 4 children in the home Maternal anxiety Maternal mental health African-American family No father or stepfather in home Successful Intervention o Timing – the earlier the better o Intensity – the more intense the better
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