Changing-Intelligence changes through experiences and environment.
Cognitive Process-The steps we take to acquire new knowledge or problem solve.
Giftedness-Unique abilities such as creativity.
Achievement/Success-To be able to quickly and successfully solve problems.
Testing-IQ test, dynamic assessment, and specific ability test.
Experiences-Using past knowledge to solve problems or process information.
Age-As we get older we gain more knowledge and experiences.
Environment-The behaviors and environment we are exposed to.
Genetics-The abilities we are given at birth.
Spearmans g-The idea there are wide and narrow abilities in solving particular tasks.
Catell's Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence-The idea that there is fluid intelligence which is obtained quickly and adaptable. And that there is crystallized intelligence which is acquired through experience and schooling.
Gardner's Multiple Intelligence- In this theory there are multiple intelligences that are independent of one another.
Twin Studies-Where genetics plays a huge role in the similarity of IQ in twins even though they grew up in different environments.
Gender Studies-Boys and Girls are equivalent in intellectual abilities.
Ethnic/Racial Studies-No difference in intellectual abilities found in infants but once children enter school age there is an ethnic/racial intelligence difference found.