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Psychology
Course
PSYA02H3
Professor
Fornier
Semester
Summer

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CHAPTER 11 INTELLIGENCE AND THINKING Intelligence the general term used to refer to a persons ability to learn and remember information, to recognize concepts and their relations, and to applyu the information to theoir own behaviour in an adaptive way Differential approach an approach to the study of intelligence that involves the creation of tests that identify and measure indivudal differences in peeoples knowledge and abilities to solve problems. Developmental approach an apporahc to the study of inteeligence based on the way children learn to perceive, manipulate, and think about the world Information processing approach an approach to the study of intelligence that focuses on the types of skills people use to think ad to solve problems THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE Spearmans Two-Factor Theory G factor according to Charles Spearman, a factor of intelligence that is common to all intellectual tasks, includes apprehension of experience, eduction of relations and eduction of correl
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