PSYB57H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Intelligence Quotient, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Bipolar Disorder
Colloquial use of words referring to intelligence (e. g. smart, genius) Hypothetical mental ability that enables people to direct their thinking. Adapt to their circumstances, and learn from their experiences. The idea of intelligence is different in a jungle setting compared to a classroom setting. It is the ability to understand your setting, think about them thoughtfully and draw on past experiences to work through problems. Being innovative solving a problem that has existed for a long time but not quite solved. (problem- solving). To put in intervention practices (ex. therapy or education) Work placements measuring aptitudes for a certain job positions. Labelling(stereotyping): creates a pre-judgement about someone or heuristic beliefs. Cognitively demanding you need to be at your best to perform well. Motivation if you are intelligent but do not have the motivation to do anything than you will not accomplish anything. Intelligence is not static: if you are motivated to work better it is malleable.