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Spearman theory of intelligence

One basic factor in intelligence, called g factor. Performance based on g and ability specific to a skill.

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Sternberg triarchic theory of intelligence

Three types of intelligence: analytical, practical, and experimental.

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Gardner theory of intelligence

Seven types of intelligence: linguistic, musical, spatial, kinesthetic, interpersonal, logical, and intrapersonal.

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Intelligence quotient test

Calculates the difference between a person's mental and chronological age. IQ=(100•mental age) / chronological age.

Normal: 90-110
Retarded: 70 or below

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Stanford-Binet scale

Tests verbal, abstract/visual, and quantitative reasoning, along with short term memory.

It measured vocabulary, memory, common knowledge, and other cognitive abilities.

Idiots, imbeciles, and morons.

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Weschler adult scale

Intelligence tests that have a verbal section and a performance section. The verbal and performance scores are combined to give a single IQ score.

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Standardized tests

Means that uniform procedures are used when administering and scoring tests.

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Norms

Provide information about how a person's test scores compares with the scores of other test-takers.

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Development

Refers to the way in which humans grow and change over the course of their lives.

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Learning

The relatively permanent change in behavior, both unobservable mental events and I observable responses, associated with specific stimuli and or responses a change as a result of experience.

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Maturation

Refers to genetic and bifocal influences on the growth process.