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What is Intelligence? Intelligence is the ability to learn about, learn from, understand, and interact with one’s environment.
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Intelligence Adaptability to a new environment or to changes in the current environment Capacity for knowledge and the ability to acquire it. Ability to comprehend relationships Ability to evaluate and judge Capacity for original and productive thought (Carol Bainbridge 2011)
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Intelligence Early Theories Spearman Maintained that Intelligence is quite general Thurstone Argued intelligence comprises seven distinct mental abilities independent of one another Cattell Indentified two clusters of mental abilities, crystallized & fluid
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Intelligence Contemporary Theories Sternberg Proposed the Triarchic Theory of intelligence Gardner Proposed the Theory of Multiple Intelligences Goleman Proposed the Theory of
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Unformatted text preview: Emotional Intelligence Intelligence Comparison Spearmans view is the simplest Thurstone and Cattell tried to indentify mental abilities in more detail Sternberg and Gardners theories promote practical abilities Goleman broadens the concept Intelligence How is it Measured The Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale The Wechsier Intelligence Scales Group Tests Performance & Culture-Fair Tests Characteristics of a Good Intelligence Test Reliable * Dependability & Consistency of scores yielded. Validity * Can it measure what it is designed to? References About.com Carol Bainbridge 2011 Morris, C.G. & Maisto, A.A. (2005) Psychology An Introduction (12 Ed.) Chapter 8 Intelligence and Mental Abilities (pp. 293-327) Published by Prentice-Hall...
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