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Lecture 14

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Psychology
Course
PSY 335
Professor
Hoyer
Semester
Winter

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Intelligence2What Is Infant Intelligence Developmental experts do not agree on ageneral definition of intelligent behavior even among adults Several approaches devised to investigate nature of individual differences in infant intelligence Approaches BayleyScalesInformationProcessing Approaches to Individual Differences in Infant Intelligence Contemporary Approaches Suggest that infant information processing speed may correlate most strongly with later intelligence GeneticandEnvironmentalInfluencesonIntelligenceTwinandAdoptionStudiesHeritabilityEnvironmentalInfluencesGroupDifferencesinIntelligenceTestScores
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