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Reification
Viewing an abstract, immaterial concept as if it were a concrete thing
*refering to someones "IQ"
*To reify is to invent a concept,give it a name, and then convince ourselves that it exsists in the world
IQ Formula
Mental age/chronological age x 100
Components of Creativity
1. Expertise-well developed base of knowledge
2. Imaginative thinking skills-provide the ability to see things in novel ways, to recognize patterns and make connections
3. Venturesome Personality-ambiguity and risk, overcomes obstacles, seeks new experiences further
4. Intrinsic motivation-enjoy challenge in their work
5. Creative environment-sparks, supports, and refines creative ideas
The Flynn Effect
the phenomenon of intelligence scores increasingly improving each genereation.
Differences in Intelligence
Girls are better spellings
Girls are more verbally fluent and more apable of remembering words
Girls are able to remember locations better
Girls are more sensitive to touch, taste, and odor
Boys out do girls in special ed
girls math scores are
WAIS
The most widely used intelligence test; contains verbal and performance subtests
Gardner
Argued that we don't have one intelligence but multiple intelligence; linguistics, logical, musical, spatial, kinesthetic, intrapersonal, interpersonal, naturalist;
Spearman
granted that other people often have special abilities that stand out; general intelligence; believed that the g factor underlies all of our intelligent behavior
Sternberg
Our intelligence is classified into three areas that predict real world success: analytical, creative, and practical
Terman
Terman came up with the Stanford-Binet intelligence test in the united states
Thurston
Our intelligence may be broken down into seven factors; word fluency, verbal comprehension, spatial ability, perceptual speed, numerical ability, inductive reasoing, memory; single g score is not as informative as scores for seven primary mental abilites
Wechsler
created the WAIS and WISC
Binet
asked to study students and make an intelligence test to better make the schools