Yr13 Intelligence Key Terms

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assumes intelligence is a single ability
An intelligence fair assessment devised by Feldman to test pre-schoolers
where a conditioned response gradually disappears when no longer paired with the unconditioned stimulus
Measure of an animal's brain size comparing it those of its closest rivals
Thurstone proposed that intelligence is made of seven of these
reappearance of conditioned response after extinction
where the conditioned response is produced by similar stimuli to the conditioned stimulus
in classical conditioning, where CS and UCS start and stop at the same time
natural, innate reinforcer, e.g. food, water
Found by dividing mental age by actual age and multiplying by 100
assumes intelligence exists in levels and sub-sets
According to Gardner, people who are smart in several domains have...
Siblings born from different eggs, but conceived at the same time
rewarding a desired behaviour by giving a favourable stimulus
ways of measuring unquantifiablte ideas such as intelligence
term for a person's general knowledge: that which is undeniable
in classical conditioning, where the CS precedes and overlaps the UCS
DescriptionKey Term
the ability to reason and consider ideas
in evolution of intelligence, how the surrounding enviroment may have led to animals evolving. aka EEA
how much a characteristic is determined by genes from parents
the ability to attribute mental states to others: to see others' point of view
refers to the ability to manipulate and deceive others for personal gain
statistical technique that looks for correlations between scores for different intelligence types
According to Garnder, people who are brilliant in one domain but weaker in others have...
in classical conditioning, where the CS precedes the UCS but stops before UCS begins
Siblings born from the same egg
Gardner suggested there are 8 of these that make our intelligence
rewarding desired behaviour by removing a negative stimulus
Sternberg's theory that intelligence includes how you select the best method and process information as well as actual knowledge
punishing an undesired behaviour by giving an unwanted stimulus
reinforcer that is desireable because it relates to a primary reinforcer, e.g. money
in classical conditioning, where the CS is presented after the UCS
argues there are multiple intelligences
where the conditioned response is only elicited to the specific stimulus

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