Psychology

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Psychology
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2014-05-07 23:24:47
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  1. ability to learn
    aptitude
  2. tendency for test scores to exagerrate
    bias
  3. Flynn effect
    tendency for people's IQ scores to improve from one generation to the next
  4. Spearman's general factor that all IG tests have in common
    "g"
  5. Gardner's theory that intelligence is made of many forms of different intelligences
    multiple intelligences
  6. measurement of individual differences in abilities and behaviors
    psychometric approaches
  7. amount of repeating in test scores
    reliability
  8. Spearman's specific factors that vary from test to test
    "s"
  9. process of establishing rules for tests and test scores
    standardization
  10. first important IQ test in English
    Stanford-Binet IQ test
  11. correlation between first test and retest
    test-retest reliability
  12. Sternberg's theory that intelligence has 3 aspects (1) individual (2) situations (3) external world
    Triarchic theory
  13. determine how well a test measures what it is supposed to measure
    validity
  14. Reymond Cattell's two forms of intelligence are:
    fluid and crystallized
  15. power of reasoning, mathematics, nonverbal solving of problems (example: graphs, shapes)
    fluid intelligence
  16. specific situation knowledge, verbal, reading, spelling (example: spelling bee)
    crystallized intelligence
  17. does fluid or crystallized intelligence decrease with age?
    fluid
  18. who made the first IQ test?
    Binet and Simon
  19. define norms:
    how frequently various scores occur

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