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All purpose ability to do well on cognitive tasks, to solve problems, and to learn from experience

Intelligence

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Extent to which a test measures what it is intended to measure

Validity

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Extent to which a test yields a consistent, reproducible measure of performance

Reliability

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Development of uniform procedures for administering and scoring a test, and the creation of norms for the test

Standardization

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Performance standards

Norms

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Individuals mental age divided by chronological age multiples by 100

IQ

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Came up with 9 multiple intelligences

Howard Gardner

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Triarchic theory of intelligence

Robert sternberg

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Form of communication that is based on a system of symbols

Language

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Ability to produce an endless number of meaningful sentences

Infinite generativity

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Languages sound system

Phonology

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Language is made up of basic sounds

Phoneme

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Languages rules for word formation

Morphology

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Smallest unit of language that carries meaning

Morpheme

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Languages rule for combining words to form acceptable phrases and sentences

Syntax

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Meaning of words and sentences in a particular language

Semantics

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Useful character of language and ability of language to communicate even more meaning than is verbalized

Pragmatics

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In order to develop ______for a test, the test should be given to a large, representative group of people of various ages, races, sexes, and geographic locations

Norms

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If an adult is 20 years old and her mental age is 30 what is her IQ

150

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If an intelligence test asks questions that would more likely be familiar to a person living in a city than to a person living in the country the test is

Culturally biased

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What type of intelligence would likely be strongest for an architect who designs skyscrapers

Spatial

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What did Alfred Binet develop

First intelligence test

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Majority of the scores falling in middle of the possible range and few scores appearing toward the extremes of range

Normal distribution

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Intelligence test that are intended to be culturally unbiased

Culture fair test

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Robert sternbergs Triarchic theory of intelligence

3: Analytical, creative, practical

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Howard gardeners theory of multiple intelligence

9 types: verbal math spatial bodily kinesthetic musical interpersonal intrapersonal naturalist existentialist

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Ability to produce an endless number of meaningful sentences

Infinite generativity

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"Help" is an example of

Morpheme

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"K" sound is example of

Phoneme

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Language rules for combining words to form acceptable phrases and sentences

Syntax