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Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory of Cognitive Abilities. W . Joel Schneider Department of Psychology. Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory of Cognitive Abilities. Controlled Attention. Motor. Perception. Knowledge. Conventional. Realistic. Artistic. Social. Enterprising. Investigative.

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Cattell-Horn-Carroll

Theory of Cognitive Abilities

W. Joel Schneider

Department of Psychology

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Cattell-Horn-Carroll

Theory of Cognitive Abilities

Controlled

Attention

Motor

Perception

Knowledge

Conventional

Realistic

Artistic

Social

Enterprising

Investigative

Fluid

Reasoning

Visual-Spatial

Domain-Specific Knowledge

Gv

Gf

Reading/

Writing

Quantitative

Knowledge

Kinesthetic

Auditory

Gq

Verbal Comprehension & Knowledge

Gk

Ga

Gp

Grw

Gc

Tactile

Olfactory

Gsm

Gh

Go

Psychomotor

Abilities

Gkn

Short-Term

Memory

Gps

Gt

Gs

Glr

Speed

Psychomotor

Speed

Speed

of Perception

Attentional

Fluency

Learning Efficiency

& Retrieval Fluency

fluid intelligence gf
Fluid Intelligence (Gf)

Ability to reason logically &

figure things out without being taught

Verbal Spatial

All Bloobahslike apples. Some, but not all Bloobahs are Jippits. Not all Jippits are Bloobahs. Is it

possible that some

Jippitsdislike apples?

Which one is not

like the others:



Deductive Reasoning

Inductive Reasoning

g

Good is to better

as fast is to _____?

Match numbers

to letters

2 3 6 11 18 __

Quantitative

If A + B = C

and A – B = D – C,

does D = 2A?

crystallized intelligence gc
Crystallized Intelligence (Gc)

Artistic

Social

Ability to use language to reason & understand how the world works

Enterprising

Investigative

Conventional

Realistic

Specialized

Knowledge

Language

Development

Social Services

Literature

Politics

Listening

Reading

Speaking

Writing

History

Business

Science

Math

Gq

Basic Life Skills

Clerical

Technical Trades

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Visual-Spatial Processing (Gv)

The ability to visualize solutions in the mind’s eye.

What is W going to

do when X spins?

Which lines are these

segments parallel to?

What is this?

Which is in

the figure above?

What does this look

like when assembled?

Same or different?

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Distinguishing

speech sounds

THICK=/θ/ /ɪ/ /k/

Hearing sounds even when there is background noise or distortion

Is the sound the same

or different from before?

Auditory Processing (Ga)

What the brain does with sound to make it useful

Distinguishing melodies

Where is that

sound coming from?

Distinguishing rhythms

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Memory

How quickly and efficiently is new information learned?

How much information can be repeated back immediately?

Short-Term

Memory (Gsm)

Long-Term

Memory (Glr)

How well can the focus of attention be directed to process information?

How fluently is information retrieved from storage?

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Speed

Scanning

Speed

Speed of perception

Processing

Speed (Gs)

Decision Speed &

Reaction Time (Gt)

How fluently can

the focus of attention

be moved from

item to item?

Speed of

reaction

Responding to many

items in succession

Responding to

a single item