Psych Ch. 9 section 1 and 2

Achievement
knowledge and skills gained from experience
Intelligence
abilities to learn from experience, to think rationally, and to deal effectively with others.
Charles Spearman
two factor theory, g factor and s factor
Howard Gardener
multiple intelligence theory (8)
Robert Sterrnberg
Multiple intelligence (3)
Analytical, creative, practical
facility
ability or aptitude
LL thurstone
seven mental primary abilities
verbal comp, word fluency, spatial, associative, perception speed, reasoning
Achieve
Intelligence enables one to _______.
Multiple intelligence
verbal, logical, visual, bodily, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalist, existential
triarchic theory
analytical, creative, practical
emotional intelligence
awareness and ability to manage ones own emotions as well as the ability to be self motivated, feel what others feel and socially skilled. success in life.
self-awareness, mood management, self-motivation, impulse control, people skills.
5 factors of emotional intelligence
Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
number that reflects the relationship between a child’s mental age and his or her actual age.
Mental age
shows the intellectual level at which a child is functioning
transformed score
any score that has been changed from a raw score in a systematic way.
assess
to judge or determine
reliability
consistency of a test
validity
the measure of whether a test measures what it is supposed to measure
test-retest reliability
comparing scores earned by the same person on the same test taken at different times
David Goleman
ability to manage ourselves and handle relationships matters twice as much as IQ
emotional intelligence