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Intelligence by Mind Map: Intelligence
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Theoretical Prespective

Spearman g Factor

General Factor

Specific Factor

Cattell- fluid and crystalized

Fluid - ability to acquire new knowledge and adapt quickly

Crystalized - knowledge ans skills gathered from experience and education

Gardner-multiple intelligences

Linquistics, use of language effectivly

Logical-mathical, logical reasoning

Spatial, notices details, mentally imagines and manipulates visual details

Musical, create, understand and appreciate music

Bodily-Kinesthetic, effectively uses body

Interpersonal, aware of others behaviors

Intrapersonal, aware of owns feeling, moives and desires

Naturalist, notices differences in objects and lifeforms

Sternberg-thiarchic theory


Proir experiences

Cognitive Processes

Distributed intelligence

Object use to complete a task

Supportfrom physical, social and cultural environments

Aquired Through

Heredity influences

neurological efficiency


Environmental influences

home environment

early nutrition

toxic substances

early intervention

Prior experiences

exposure to a variety of situation

age appropriate opportunities, academic, fine/gross motor, social/emotional, problem solving



Learning abilities

Use of prior knowledge

Culture specific

Cooridination of different mental processes


Can theories be combined to determine intelligence?

Will it ever really be possible to accurately determine I.Q.?

I agree that intelligence changes with exposure and experiences

I don not believe that I.Q. scores should be the only way to determine intelligence in a person.

Ability to modify and adjust one's behaviors in order to accomplish new tasks successfully