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Intelligence CONT

by: Myrissa Webb

Intelligence CONT PSYC 2010 - 001

Myrissa Webb
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Lecture on 9/28/16
Introduction into Psychology
Jennifer Daniels
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Date Created: 09/29/16
Intelligence: Ability or Abilities? Have you ever thought that since people's mental abilities are so diverse. It may be justifiable to label those abilities with only one word, intelligence. General Intelligence  The idea that general intelligence exists comes from the work of Charles Sparman (1863-1945) who helped develop the factor analysis approach I statistics to many clusters that can be analyzed by factor analysis  Vocabulary exams - paragraph comprehension exams - verbal intelligence  Other factors includes a spatial ability factor, or a reasoning ability factor Types of Intelligence  Gardner's 8 Frames of Mind  Verbal: Think in words and use language to express meaning  Mathematical  Spatial: Think three-dimensionally  Bodily-Kinesthetic: Manipulate objects and be physically adept  Interpersonal: Understand and interact effectively with others  Intrapersonal: Understand oneself  Naturalist: Observe patterns in nature and understand natural and human mad systems  Sternberg's Triarchic Theory  Analytic Intelligence: Analyze, judge, evaluate, compare, and contrast  Creative Intelligence: Create, design, invent, originate, and imagine  Practical Intelligence: Use, apply, implement, and put ideas in to practice, "street smarts" Intelligence and Creativity  Creativity is the ability to produce ideas that are both novel and valuable. It correlates somewhat with intelligence 1 Expertise: A well-developed knowledge base 2 Imaginative Thinking: The ability to see thinks in novel ways 3 A Venturesome Personality: A personality that seeks new experiences rather than following the pack 4 Intrinsic Motivation: A motivation to be creative from within 5 A Create Environment: A creative and supportive environment allows creativity to bloom Emotional Intelligence  Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive, understand, and use  The test of emotional intelligence measures overall emotional intel and its four components 1 Perceive: Recognize emotions in faces, music, and stories 2 Understand: Predict emotions, how they change, and blend 3 Manage: Express emotions in different situations 4 Use: Utilize emotions to adapt or be creative How do we measure Intelligence  Psychologist define intelligence testing as a method for assessing an individual's mental aptitudes and comparing them with other using numerical scores  Alfred Binet and his colleague, Theodore Simon, developed intelligence questions that would redirect children's future progress in the Paris school system  Lewis Terman, in the U.S., adapted Binet's test for American school children and named the test the Standford-Binet Test (1916). The following is the formula of Intelligence Quotient (IQ), introduced by William Stern: IQ = (mental age/ chronological age) x 100


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