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Psyc 368 Week of 2/29 notes

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Notes over chapters 9-10
psychological testing
Dr. Angela Knoverek
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dawn Kohler on Thursday March 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to psyc 368, at Truman State University taught by Dr. Angela Knoverek in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see psychological testing in Psychlogy at Truman State University.

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Date Created: 03/03/16
2/29/16 Chapters 9 and 10 Chapter 9 Intelligence and Measures start Have general knowledge of tests especially what it is in the textbook. It is hard to articulate a construct like intelligence, capacity of knowing and applying, problem solving manipulating applying, puzzle. Definitions by lay public is interpersonal; experts motivation Developmental psyc: coordination verbal capacity. Vocabulary level Galton- hereditability of intelligence through generations and intelligent people have sensory abilities. Binet- described intelligence with reasoning, and abstract, judgement memory Wechsler- aggregate- putting it all together. Looked at several verbal and performance based items for IQ. Piaget- developmental stages- sensorimotor, preoperational, concrete, formal operations; how a person interacts and organizes as you interact with the environment, schema. Develop our view of the world safe, needs, trust. Assimilation and accommodation. Negative self talk. Interactionism-hereditary and environment interact Different opportunities for us now than our parents; generational; expectations Little focus on factor analaytic- just know the Spearman g and s General intelligence (g) best predictor of overall intelligence. Gardener- 7 intelligences including musical and bodily kinistetic Cattell and Horn- Crystallized –exposed to a particular culture. Catilian etticate. How you learn Fluid-nonverbal and cultural free. Body expressions/ language. Three-Stratum Theory Carroll- General Abilities and Process, various levels Cattell horn model Simultaneous parallel processing or Successive or sequential processing Triaarchic throy of intelligence – metacomponents performance Knowledge acquisition Successful intelligence- how we learn and adapt Measure intelligence Infancy measure sensory motor-fine and gross motor skills Verbal and social intelligence Adults information retention, social judgement, quantitative reasoning and expressive language. Mental age How did the developer conceptualize intelligence? Thorndike 3 clusters of ability Know what each theorist contributed, nature vs nurture. Preformationism- preformed at birth- intelligence to. Physical brain development Predeterminism- this is what is going to happen. Predetermined ability. Gesell- a lot of work with twins predeterminism, rather than enviormental. Mono and dizygotic twins and heritability- look at in developmental Nurture- utero, prenatal care, Mozart, Stability of intelligence- stable in adulthood- verbal and intellectual skill new intellectual skills less stable, decline begins at age around 45s. Flynn effect- progressive rise in rise 3points per decade. Gender issues males better at special females better at language. Family environment, schema exposure Cultural aspect. Culture loading concepts from a particular culture. Tests of Intelligence Chapter 10 Standford Binet WWI Paris, Intellectually Disabled kids; multiple additions; 2-85 years can use. Composite scores, areas of content. Look at range of IQ scores Wechsler Test- will talk about on 3/14 Wisk and ways most popular. Short forms have controversy. Shipley is quicker used if you aren’t expecting cognitive issues Look at the others Kaufman more common Pros and Cons of group vs individual- group saves time, testers at own pace, computerized; drawbacks: start at same items, understanding, Look at table in notes. Cognitive style: how are they acquiring and processing Divergent thinking: creativity measure, Ask “tell me more” look for tests with simple prompts. Data summary read text before class will be quiz. Read Chapter 11 and know concepts look at data intelligence tests in Education.


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