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INTELLIGENCE
GENERAL TERM REFERRING TO THE ABILITY OR ABILITIES INVOLVED IN LEARNING AND ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR.
INTELLIGENCE TESTS
TESTS DESIGNED TO MEASURE A PERSON'S GENERAL MENTAL ABILITIES.
TRIARCHIC THEORY OF INTELLIGENCE
STERNBERG'S THEORY THAT INTELLIGENCE INVOLVES MENTAL SKILLS (ANALYTICAL ASPECT) INSIGHT AND CREATIVE ADAPTABILITY (CREATIVE ASPECT) AND ENVIRONMENT RESPONSIVENESS (PRACTICAL ASPECT)
ANALYTICAL INTELLIGENCE
ACCORDING TO STERNBERG, THE ABILITY TO ACQUIRE NEW KNOWLEDGE AND SOLVE PROBLEMS EFFECTIVELY
CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE
STERNBERG'S TERM FOR THE ABILITY TO ADAPT CREATIVELY IN NEW SITUATIONS TO USE INSIGHT.
PRACTICAL INTELLIGENCE
ACCORDING TO STERNBURG, THE ABILITY TO SELECT CONTEXTS IN WHICH YOU CAN EXCEL, TO SHAPE THE ENVIRONMENT TO FIT YOUR STRENGTHS AND TO SOLVE PRACTICAL PROBLEMS.
THEORY OF MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
HOWARD GARDNER'S THEORY THAT THERE IS NOT ONE INTELLIGENCE, BUT RATHER MANY INTELLIGENCES, EACH OF WHICH IS RELATIVELY INDEPENDENT ON THE OTHER.
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
ACCORDING TO GOLEMAN, A FORM OF INTELLIGENCE THAT REFERS TO HOW EFFECTIVELY PEOPLE PERCEIVE AND UNDERSTAND THEIR OWN EMOTIONS AND THE EMOTIONS OF OTHERS, AND CAN MANAGE THEIR EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOR.
BINET-SIMON SCALE
FIRST TEST OF INTELLIGENCE, DEVELOPED FOR TESTING CHILDREN
STANFORD-BINET INTELLIGENCE SCALE
TERMAN'S ADAPTION OF THE BINET-SIMON SCALE
INTELLIGENCE QUOTIENT (IQ)
A NUMERICAL VALUE GIVEN TO INTELLIGENCE THAT IS DETERMINED FROM THE SCORES ON AN INTELLIGENCE TEST, THE AVERAGE IQ IS ARBITRARILY SET AT 100.
WECHSLER ADULT INTELLIGENCE SCALE-THIRD EDITION (WAIS-III)
AN INDIVIDUAL INTELLIGENCE TEST DEVELOPED ESPECIALLY FOR ADULTS; IT YIELDS VERBAL, PERFORMANCE, AND FULL SCALE IQ SCORES.
WECHSLER-INTELLIGENCE SCALE FOR CHILDREN-THIRD EDITION (WISC-III)
INDIVIDUAL INTELLIGENCE TEST DEVELOPED ESPECIALLY FOR SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN; IT YIELDS VERBAL, PERFORMANCE, AND FULL SCALE IQ SCORES.
GROUP TESTS
INTELLIGENCE TESTS ADMINISTERED BY ONE EXAMINER TO MANY PEOPLE AT A TIME.
PERFORMANCE TESTS
INTELLIGENCE TESTS THAT MINIMIZE THE USE OF LANGUAGE.
CULTURE-FAIR TESTS
INTELLIGENCE TESTS DESIGNED TO REDUCE CULTURAL BIAS BY MINIMIZING SKILLS AND VALUES THAT VARY FROM ONE CULTURE TO ANOTHER.
RELIABILITY
ABILITY OF A TEST TO PRODUCE CONSISTENT AND STABLE SCORES.
SPLIT-HALF RELIABILITY
METHOD OF DETERMINING TEST RELIABILITY BY DIVIDING THE TEST INTO 2 PARTS AND CHECKING THE AGREEMENT OF SCORES ON BOTH PARTS
CORRELATION COEFFICIENTS
STATISTICAL MEASURE OF THE DEGREE OF ASSOCIATION BETWEEN 2 VARIABLES
VALIDITY
ABILITY OF A TEST TO MEASURE WHAT IT HAS BEEN DESIGNED TO MEASURE
CONTENT VALIDITY
REFERS TO A TEST'S HAVING AN ADEQUATE SAMPLE OF QUESTOINS MEASING THE SKILLS OR KNOWLEDGE IT IS SUPPOSED TO MEASURE.
CRITERION-RELATED VALIDITY
VALIDITY OF A TEST AS MEASURED BY A COMPARISON OF THE TEST SCORE AND INDEPENDENT MEASURES OF WHAT THE TEST IS DESIGNED TO MEASURE.
MENTAL RETARDATION
CONDITION OF SIGNIFICANTLY SUBAVERAGE INTELLIGENCE COMBINED WITH DEFICIENCIES IN ADAPTIVE BEHAVIOR.
GIFTEDNESS
REFERS TO SUPERIOR IQ COMBINED WITH DEMONSTRATED OR POTENTIAL ABILITY IN SUCH AREAS AS ACADEMIC APTITUDE, CREATIVITY, AND LEADERSHIP.
CREATIVITY
ABILITY TO PRODUCE NOVEL AND SOCIALLY VALUED IDEAS OR OBJECTS