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7 Cards in this Set

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French psychologist who, along with French psychiatrist Theodore Simon, developed the first widely used intelligence test.
Alfred Binet
Contemporary American psychologist whose theory of intelligence states that there is not one intelligence, but multiple independent intelligences.
Howard Gardner
British psychologist who advanced the theory that a general intelligence factor, called the _g_ factor, is responsible for overall intellectual functioning.
Charles Spearman
Contemporary American psychologist whose _triarchic theory of intelligence_ identifies three forms of intelligence (analytic, creative, and practical).
Robert Sternberg
b. 1949
American psychologist who translated and adapted the Binet-Simon intelligence test for use in the United States; he also began a major longitudinal study of the lives of gifted children in 1921.
Lewis Terman
American psychologist who advanced the theory that intelligence is composed of seveal primary mental abilities and cannot be accurately described by an overall general or _g_ factor measure.
Louis L. Thurstone
American psychologist who developed the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, the most widely used intelligence test.
David Wechsler