1 Spearman's theory that all mental abilities draw from a single capacity.
3 A multiple choice test that yields results that are closely related the the Big Five.
7 A projective test that uses the interpretation of stories that are created in response to a series of images to uncover unconscious conflicts.
8 A technique used to describe personality by analyzing handwriting.
10 Gardner's theory that states that there are seven distinct types of abilities that are independent of one another.
11 A test that involves an individual answering questions about his or her own thoughts, feelings, or behaviors.
13 The ability to identify, comprehend, integrate, and control emotions to further personal growth.
14 Method for testing where the steps for all test takers are the same.
15 Measures the thought, emotion, and behavior patterns of an individual.
16 Provides a measurement of what information is already known or has been learned through education.
17 Thurstone's theory that intelligence is made up of seven different factors.
18 Sternberg's theory consisting of analytic, creative, and practical intelligences.
19 A projective test used to uncover a person's unconscious conflicts by his or her interpretation of patterns made of ink.
2 Provides a measurement of the ability to benefit from further training or education.
4 An instrument mainly used in the psychoanalytic perspective that reveals unconscious conflicts by interpreting ambiguous items.
5 A test that assesses or describes mental functioning.
6 The ability to retrieve and use knowledge and skills that were previously learned.
9 An empirically derived personality test that can assess a variety of characteristics.
12 The ability to determine relationships between newly introduced concepts within a given tasks.
This question was asked on Sep 29, 2013 and answered on Oct 06, 2013.
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