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Intelligence. By Lourdes Peralta, Sarah Samuel, and Miguel Beal. What is intelligence?. Intelligence is the ability to learn or understand situations. Intelligence includes problem solving abilities, spatial manipulation and language acquirement. . Types of Intelligence.

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intelligence

Intelligence

By Lourdes Peralta, Sarah Samuel, and Miguel Beal

what is intelligence
What is intelligence?
  • Intelligence is the ability to learn or understand situations.
  • Intelligence includes problem solving abilities, spatial manipulation and language acquirement.
types of intelligence
Types of Intelligence
  • Analytic intelligence: The ability to identify and define problems. Also to find strategies to solving them.
  • Creative intelligence: The ability to generate solutions that other people do not.
  • Practical intelligence: The ability to apply and implement these solutions in everyday settings.
middle level abilities
Middle-Level Abilities
  • There is exactly 8 middle-level abilities: Memory, learning, visual perception, auditory perception, retrieval ability, cognitive speediness, processing speed, crystallized intelligence and fluid intelligence.
  • Fluid intelligence: Ability to process information.
  • Crystallized intelligence: The accuracy and amount of information available for processing.
    • Procedural knowledge: How to do things
    • Declarative knowledge: Fact based information
8 distinct kinds of intelligence
8 distinct kinds of intelligence
  • Linguistic
  • Logical-mathematical
  • Spatial
  • Musical
  • Bodily-kinesthetic
  • Interpersonal
  • Intrapersonal
  • Naturalistic
key terms
Key terms
  • Prodigies: People of normal intelligence who have an extraordinary ability.
  • Savants: People of low intelligence who have an extraordinary ability.
  • Heritability Coefficient: A statistic that describes the proportion of the difference between people’s score that can be explained in their genetic makeup.
  • Two-factor theory of intelligence: Suggested that every task requires a combination of a general ability and skills that are specific to the task.
what factors determine intelligence
What factors determine intelligence?
  • Genetics and environment determine intelligence.
    • Evidence of genetic influences:
      • Siblings taken care of together in the same home have IQ’s that are more similar than those of adopted children raised together in the same environment.
      • Evidence of environmental influences:
        • School attendance has impacted on IQ scores.
flynn effect
Flynn effect
  • Flynn effect means that our generation’s IQ is higher than generations ago.
  • Average intelligence test score has been rising by about 0.3% every year, which is to say that the average person today scores about 15 IQ points higher than the average person did 50 years.
how to improve intelligence
How to improve intelligence?
  • Minimize television watching
  • Exercise
  • Read challenging books
  • Early to bed, early to rise
  • Take time to reflect
sources
Sources
  • http://www.psychologytoday.com/basics/intelligence
  • http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/intelligence
  • http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/5-simple-ways-to-make-the-most-of-your-intelligence/
  • http://psychology.about.com/od/educationalpsychology/ss/multiple-intell_4.htm