Final Exam #2 Chapter 9: Intelligence
- University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
- Psychology 111
- Final Exam #2 Chapter 9: Intelligence
Last Modified: 2011-07-08
model of intelligence proposed by Robert Sternberg positing three distinct types of intelligence: analytical, practical, and creative.
· Nature: the greater the genetic similarity between two individuals, the more similar their IQ scores. (This suggests a genetic component to intelligence).
· Nurture: All other things being equal, two individuals raised together will have more similar IQ scores than those raised apart. (This is evidence that the environment shapes intelligence in important ways).
fear of falling so babies cling on to their parents or whatever is close by
Idea of psychosocial crisis and how it relates to personality growth: dilemma concerning an individual’s relations to other people. Each stage confronts a different social dilemma.
the infant reacts to mom’s departure by becoming upset, but greets her return with joy. The infant uses mom as a secure base; a source of support. Related to: self-esteem, social relationships, emotional temperature & resilience, and cognitive strengths.
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