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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYCO105
Professor
Jennifer Passey
Semester
Winter

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Jan 23Intelligence IntelligenceThe variable capacity the underlies individual differences in reasoning solving problems and acquiring new knowledgeDetermine the biological and experiential factors that contribute to intelligence by correlating tests scores with other characteristics and experiencesSir Francis GaltonArgued that intelligence is a biological capacity for intellectual achievement that was also hereditaryBelieved that intelligence is reflected through basic motor and sensory abilities ex Sensory acuity and reaction timesOnly weak support for his claimsAlfred BinetBel
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