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Date Created: 10/16/16
10/3 Intelligence What is Intelligence? The ability to use knowledge to: -Reason -Make decisions -Make sense of events -Solve problems -Understand complex ideas -Learn quickly -Adapt to environmental Nature vs. Nurture Entity view -Goddard (1920): intelligence is an innate ability, or present at birth Incremental view -Binet (1916): “Intelligence is judgement and adapting to one’s circumstance.) The Eugenics Movement Those of lesser intellectual capacity shouldn’t be allowed to reproduce Facilities took these individuals (disabled) and sterilized them, so they couldn’t reproduce This was the model for what happened in Germany for WWII Several Major Theories of Intelligence General Intelligence -Spearman’s g (g represents general intelligence) -The idea that one general factor underlies intelligence -If you’re good at __, then you’re likely good at ___ too. Fluid vs. Crystallized Intelligence -Cattell proposed that g consists of 2 types of intelligence -Fluid: nonverbal – problem solve, adapt to situations, complex circumstances -Crystallized: things you learn, knowledge – facts, education Emotional Intelligence -EI: a form of social intelligence -Manage own emotions -Use own emotions to guide thoughts and actions -Recognize others’ emotions -Understand emotional language -If you can’t control your emotions in certain situations, you are not intelligent. Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory -Analytic intelligence: mental steps or components used to solve problems -Creative intelligence: use of experience in ways that foster inside -Practical intelligence: ability to read and adjust to everyday life Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences -8 Multiple Intelligence -Everyone is smart in different ways
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