Testing, Intelligence, Motivation
Testing, Intelligence, Motivation PSY 101
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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nowak Notetaker on Saturday December 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 101 at Indiana University taught by Dr. Thomassen in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 21 views. For similar materials see Introductory Psychology in Psychlogy at Indiana University.
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Testing and Intelligence Psychometrics measuring the mind Psychometric View intelligence is mental capacity that can be understood by analyzing performance on mental tests Galton o Conducted batteries of sensory physical intellectual tests 0 Multiple factors in intelligence success in society Intelligence Testing French psychologist Alfred Binet mental age German psychologist William Stern IQ 1916 StanfordBinet test by Lewis Terman mental age vs chronicle age today deviation IQ 12 below 12 above Developmental Intellectual Disability IQ below 70 Impaired adaptive functioning in daily life Onset prior to adulthood development before 18 years old 85 mild mainstreamed and functional in society moron mild imbecile moderate idiot severeprofound gifted IQ above 130 MKNOWAK 0 lead exposure decreased gifted population 0 intelligence 12 environmental 12 innate Theories Sternberg s Triarchtic analytic creative practical Spearman Factor Analysis procedure groups together related items on tests those w correlated scores Two factors gamps 0 General intelligence performance of variety 0 Specific intelligence what test also measures Cattell Fluid vs crystallized intelligence general intelligence divided 0 Fluid ability to solve problems innate Crystallized knowledge and abilities acquired thru experiences Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner 1983 Abilities gifts Ex musical bodily linguistic logicalmathematical spatial intrapersonal Desirable Test Characteristics MKNOWAK Reliable replicable Validity measures what should Standardized mean standard deviation 3 Type Tests Intelligence measured Achievement acquired Aptitude predicts future learning rate IQ nature and nurture Motivation Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs needs differ in origin biological psychological Prioritized 1St physiological later social Order of importance physiological safety love esteem selfaccusation Eating Factors Internal Brain monitors signals 0 Glucose o Insulin hormone released by pancreas Hypothalamus Brain stem MKNOWAK Hippocampus External Place time culture smell Emotions directive dynamic motivational Moods are more stable less dynamic than emotions Physiological response arousal Expressive response Subjective experience feelings MKNOWAK