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Intelligence by Mind Map: Intelligence
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Intelligence

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

Environment

Proir experiences

Cognitive Processes

Distributed intelligence

Object use to complete a task

Supportfrom physical, social and cultural environments

Aquired Through

Heredity influences

neurological efficiency

maturation

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

Components

Adaptive

Learning abilities

Use of prior knowledge

Culture specific

Cooridination of different mental processes

Questions/Critiques

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