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Lecture 5

PSYA02 Lecture 5 Measuring Intelligence

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYA02H3
Professor
Steve Joordens
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 5 Measuring IntelligenceWednesday January 18 2010Cattell intelligence can be divided into two categories crystal intelligence natural endowed intelligencegenetic predisposition and fluid intelligencefrom experience and formal learningSternberg analytic creative and practicalEQ emotional intelligenceGardner linguistic musical spatial logicalmathematical bodilykinesthetic intrapersonal awareness interpersonal awarenessparts of the brain in which damage results in losing these skillsline gets a little lost in terms of whats intelligence and whats skillsGalton thought that people who can make finer sensory discrimination were more intelligence Webers just noticeable differenceintelligence is hardwiredBinet opposed Galtonstarted the intelligence testing because French government wanted to tailor education system those with high intelligence should be educated differently than those who are notcognitive batteryintelligence testprocessing of normingin order to know how intelligent an individual is you need to know who to compare the individuals intelligence to relativit
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