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Lecture 13

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Intelligence What is IntelligenceIs it a general characteristic of each persons cognitive abilitygas Charles Spearman claimed Is it composed of three Robert Sternberg or nine Howard Gardner distinct faculties Is it in part our ability to interpret the emotional state of others and control our own emotions appropriatelyAlfred Binet 18571911 The BinetSimon Test Firstused in 1905 The purpose of this testing was to identify abnormal children who needed special help Binets Principles For Testing The scores are a practical device they do not buttress any theory of intellect They do not define anything innate or permanent We may not designate what they measure as intelligence or any other reified entity The scale is a rough empirical guide for identifying mildly retarded and learningdisabled children who need special help It is not a device for ranking normal children
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