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    This week lecture discussed intelligence and crime by exploring particular topics that help demonstrate the link between the two. The topic of intelligence and crime is controversial within itself. The best-selling book the Bell Curve by Richard Hermstein and Charles Murray discussed how society has been stratified along intellectual lines and argues that intelligence is biologically determined. With an argument such as this one, both authors were attacked and scrutinized for their claims. Like the lecture stated, IQ test are age graded and ranges on a scale of 100; 100 being average, 99 and lower being below average, and 101 and higher being above average. Having a low IQ usually correlates with criminal behavior. Socio and enviromental factors…

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    LEARNING ACTIVITY #1 Emotional Intelligence Test How Did You Score? The result indicated that I have a “high score on emotional intelligence.” What Does Your Score Mean? “People who score high on emotional intelligence tend to be skilled at interpreting, understanding, and acting upon emotions. They are adept at dealing with social or emotional conflicts, expressing their feelings, and dealing with emotional situations. The results of my emotional intelligence tests said that I am good…

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    What is intelligence? What is the purpose of deciphering the different categories of intelligence? When I was young, I really never knew what I was good at, and until recently I still did not know. Placing oneself into a category that shows one’s strengths and weaknesses helps a person use that information to succeed in their life, home, and occupation. To people that categorize intelligence are Robert J. Sternberg, and Howard Gardner (Santrock, 2012). Intelligence can be interpreted in many…

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    A human being is capable of performing three tasks that determine who they are: emotional intelligence, personality, and intelligence quotient. Emotional intelligence is the capability to be aware of, control, and express emotions. Being able to understand what emotional intelligence is, pinpointing the emotional skills I have obtained, and how it makes me a better citizen can help shape the world for a brighter future Homosapiens evolved to become emotionally intelligent which helps the…

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    To: Dr Carol Jacobson From: Roshni Dutta Date: October 21, 2015 Subject: Daniel Goleman on Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman addressed Google on his book Social Intelligence: The New Science of Human Relationships. He argues about the fact that emotional intelligence is very important in life. Emotional intelligence is in fact so important that most of the best companies actually hire people on the basis of their emotional intelligence. The people with vey high IQs actually have high…

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    The Central Intelligence Agency also known as the CIA was created by created by President Franklin D Roosevelt as an addition to the OSS or Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in 1942. William J. Donovan was elected by President Roosevelt to be the lead analyst of the new intelligence agency. Soon after World War two ended the OSS was abolished leaving the CIA as the main intelligence insight for the United States. After the death of Franklin D Roosevelt, Vice President Truman took office on…

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    Based on personal opinion as well as on scientific, peer-reviewed published evidence I conceive that nature and nurture both cooperate to shape prenatal development. Nature and nurture hold a close relationship where without the other, each on its own, is not capable of providing empirical evidence for development itself. Genetics and the environment work alongside to shape children’s intelligence quotients (IQs) where factors such as: schooling quality, parental education and birth weight…

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    1. Introduction Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to identify, express, and discriminate feelings. After use the ability, we can use them to understand the different viewpoints, solving problems, reflect and monitor order’s moods, but when we wanted the emotional demand and function to be effective. Therefore, it needs to contain our individual context and self experiences to function on emotional intelligence (McKenna & Webb, 2013). On the other hand, Perter Salovey and John D. Mayer…

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    Introduction Artificial intelligence(AI) Is a branch of a Computer Science and the development of the Computer Systems that are able to perform tasks that require human intelligence such as speech recognition, decision makings, and more.AI is used in wide range of fields which include medical diagnosis and robots and more.It is ethical to use artificial intelligence in medical diagnosis and treatments according to the ethical theory "act of utilitarianism " which states that an action is good…

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    Passer and Smith (2015) described intelligence to be defined by culture. So if culture is an underlying factor of intelligence it can become a problematic issue when assessing Indigenous Australians. Gardener’s multiple intelligence theory, along with Charles Spearman’s g factor theory and Lewis Terman Standford-Binet scales are all underlying theories which all address the same issues in the accuracy of assessments. Literature suggest that language, literacy skills, education and cultural norms…

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