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This 8 page Class Notes was uploaded by Retta Mayert on Friday October 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BIO 150 at University of Kentucky taught by Ruth Beattie in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/228195/bio-150-university-of-kentucky in Biology at University of Kentucky.




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Date Created: 10/23/15
PSY 100Lectu re 5 242010 103900 PM Intelligence Spearman thought one general intelligence factor was a good description of intelligence 0 People who do well on verbal tests also score well on spatial reasoning and math tasks Some ask are mental abilities so diverse that it is wrong to label them with only one wordintelligence Gardner proposed that intelligence comes in multiple forms 8 or 9 He sees intelligence as multiple abilities like 0 Linguistics 0 Logicalmathematical 0 Musical Sternberg there are only 3 forms Creativity the ability to produce ideas that are both novel and valuable 0 Creative people use divergent many unusual associations thinking more than convergent one correct reply It only partly correlates intelligence 0 Correlates until an IQ of 120 and then it is unpredictable Emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive understand and use emotions Emotional Intelligence Components Component Perceive emotion Understand emotion Manage emotion Description Recognizes emotions in face Predict emotions how they changeblend Express emotions in different situations Alfred Binet asked to develop questions to predict the intelligence of a child Paris The formula for the intelligence quotient IQ used in early tests IQ mental agechronological age X 100 o This is no longer used today Terman at Standford University adapted Binet s test for America and named it the StandfordBinet Test Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale WAIS Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children WISC Standardising a test involves administering the test to a representative sample in order to establish a basis for meaningful comparison Intelligence scores form a normal distribution of scores like a bell shaped pattern called the normal distribution A test is reliable when it yields consistent results Splithalf reliability dividing the test into 2 equal halves and comparing Testrestest compare the score on same test given on 2 occasions Validity of a test refers to whether or not the test measures what it claims to measure Content validity the extent to which items on a test look like they measure a particular behavior or trait Predictive validity the test predicts a particular behavior or trait People with high intelligence test scores tend to be healthy well adjusted and usually successful academically 242010 103900 PM 242010 103900 PM BIO 150 Lecture 5 1272010 93900 PM Groups of biomolecules Carbs building blocks for genetic material of cell precursors of amino acids structural integrity storage major energy source glucose General formula 121 CHO CHZO Monomers 1 molecule Dimers 2 molecules attached Polymers 3 molecules attached Dehydration synthesis takes an OH off of one molecule and an H off of another and attaches them to make H20 Hydrolysis breakdown of large molecules by adding water Opposite of dehydration synthesis Glucose 2 forms linear found outside of cells and a ring found inside of cells Fructose is a 5 membered ring very sweet tasting Disaccharides sucrose 12 glycosidic linkage Polysaccharides structural energy storage solubility Cellulose cell walls in plants Amylose energy storage carbohydrates found only in plants Glycogen energy storage carbohydrate found only in animals o All the above are made of 100 s of glucose molecules Cellulose beta glucose units 14 linear glycosidic linkage not soluble in H20 because of size Amylose alpha glucose units 14 vshaped glycosidic linkage not soluble in water because of size Energy storage molecules Protein 50 of dry weight of most cells structure storage transport hormonal movement defense chemical reactions All proteins are constructed from a universal set of 20 monomers amino acids vary extensively in structure The structural variety of proteins is possible by combining different combinations of amino acids Groups of amino acids Polar Nonpolar Basic Acidic Amino acid s behavior can be predicted by the behavior of the R group attached Protein structure Primary eve Secondary eve Tertiary eve Quaternary eve 1272010 93900 PM 1272010 93900 PM


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