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Psych - Intelligence

theories of intelligence, IQ tests throughout the centuries, definition of IQ

intelligence (textbook definition) ability to apply XP, think rationally, and deal with your environment
achievement things you know and can apply from XP
intelligence is not achievement
Spearman 2-Factor Theory
Spearman's 2-Factor Theory intelligence is comprised of two factors: g-factor and s-factor
two factors in 2-factor Theory g-factor and s-factor
g-factor general intelligence and knowledge
s-factor specific factors that contribute to certain abilities
Gardner Theory of Multiple Intelligence
Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligence there is more than one type of intelligence 8 types of intelligence
Thurstone's Theory 7 factors that contribute to the concept of intelligence
Sternberg Triarchic Intelligence Theory
Triarchic Intelligence Theory three types of intelligence : analytical, creative, practical
analytical intelligence ability to solve problems
creative intelligence ability to deal with new situation
practical intelligence ability to accomplish everyday tasks
Goleman Theory of Emotional Intelligence
Goleman's Theory of Emotional Intelligence 5 factors (self-awareness, mood management, people skills, self-motivation, impulse control)
first modern intelligence test created Stanford-Binet scale
Stanford-Binet scale first intelligence test created created IQ and mental age
most widely used intelligence test Weschler scale
IQ intelligence quotient
equation for IQ mental age/chronological age × 100
Mozart Effect listening to Mozart or playing a musical instrument might help cognitive functions such as spatial reasoning
an IQ test must have reliability and validity
a test is reliable when it gives similar scores every time it is used
a test is valid when it measures what it is supposed to measure
IQ distribution in the general population is a... bell curve
three problems with intelligence tests economical background, cultural bias, and motivation
musical ability is connected to... spatial ability
the average IQ score 100
below average IQ scores < 70
above average IQ scores > 130
intellectually disabled or mentally challenged IQ < 70
gifted IQ > 130
Created by: Maarmalade
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