Chapter 11 p.334-340. Intelligence. What makes us smart? Or not so smart?. How do we measure intelligence?. Intelligence test : a method for assessing aptitudes and comparing them to other’s numerical scores. Francis Galton.
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What makes us smart?
Or not so smart?
Can be culturally specific.
According to this definition, are both Einstein and Ruth intelligent?
A statistical procedure that identifies clusters of related items on a test.
He saw using FA that doing well in one area of a test predicted that you will do well in another.
Lewis Terman’s widely used American revision of Binet’s original intelligence test was the:
Tests that measure what you have learned.
Tests must be:
The extent to which a test measures what it is supposed to measure.
Criterion related validity
Aptitude tests are to _____ as achievement tests are to ____.
Nature or Nurture
Tests do discriminate.
But some argue that there sole purpose is to discriminate.
We have to look at the type of discrimination.