Psychology: intelligence

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Psychology: intelligence
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  1. advantage of objective testing
    good indicator of personality on the surface
  2. disadvantages of objective testing
    • does not assess underlying core of personality or unconscious causes
    • does not address situational or environmental factors adequately 
  3. examples of objective tests
    MMPI, CPI, Meyers-Briggs
  4. examples of projective tests
    roscach inkblot test, thematic apperception test, sentence completion test
  5. pros to projective tests
    reveals underlying nature of personality
  6. cons to projective tests
    low reliability and validity 
  7. define intelligence
    the abilities ot learn from experience, to think rationally and to effectively deal with others
  8. assumed human ability is composed of a number of specific abilities 
    designed the first systematic intelligence test
    Alfred Binet
  9. stanford-binet test
    lewis madison terman
  10. Thurstone
    • seven factors:
    • visual & spatial
    • perceptual speed
    • numerical ability
    • verbal meaning
    • memory
    • word fluency
    • inductive reasoning
  11. Spearman
    • g factor- general intelligence, problem solving
    • s factor- particular abilities
  12. Sternberg 
    • Triarchic Theory:
    • analytics, creative, practical
  13. Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
    • 8 types
    • lingusitic
    • musical 
    • logical/mathmatical
    • spacial
    • bodily-kinesthetic
    • intrapersonal- sesitivity to self
    • interpersonal- sensistivity to others
    • naturalist
  14. goleman
    emotional intelligence
  15. 5 factors of emotional intelligence?
    • self-awareness
    • mood management
    • self-motivation
    • impulse control
    • poeple skills
  16. 5 popular intelligenc measures?
    • WISC- R
    • WAIS-R
    • Stanfrod-Binet
    • Kauffman
    • Woodcock- Johnson
  17. problems with intelligence tests?
    • education&economic background
    • motivation
    • cultural bias
  18. factors affecting intelligence
    • measurement factors
    • gender
    • family factor
    • nature/nurture issue

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