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7 concepts that are defined by specific rules or features
8 the tendency to search for evidence that fits oneís beliefs while ignoring any evidence that does not fit those beliefs
9 the theory that there are three kinds of intelligence: analytical, creative, and practical
11 concepts people form as a result of their experiences in the real world
12 the ability to break problems down into component parts
14 the most general form of a concept
16 a heuristic in which the difference between the starting situation and the goal is determined and then steps are taken to reduce that difference
17 the most specific category of a concept
20 an example of a type of concept around which other similar concepts are organized
1 He was the first to devise a series of tests for specific age groups. He developed an alternative IQ test that was developed for adults and various age groups other than children.
2 an example of a concept that closely matches the defining characteristics of a concept
3 Created the s and g factors of intelligence. He believed that superiority in one type of intelligence predicts superiority so overall
4 the ability to reason and solve problems
5 type of thinking in which a problem is seen as only having one answer
6 an educated guess based on prior experiences that help narrow down the possible solutions for a problem
7 a block to problem solving that comes from thinking about objects in terms of only their typical functions
10 One of the later theorists to propose the existence of several kinds of intelligence. He originally believed in seven different kinds of intelligence but later added an eighth type and then a ninth.
13 A researcher at Stanford University who used a German psychologistís method for comparing mental age and chronological age and a test for intelligence to make the IQ test.
15 type of thinking in which a problem is seen as only having one answer
17 the ability to excel in certain areas
18 the tendency for people to persist in using problem-solving patterns that have worked for them in the past
19 Theorized that there are three different types of intelligence. He created the triarchic theory of intelligence.
20 A French psychologist who was asked to design a formal test of intelligence. The test was later modified by a researcher at Stanford University to make what is now know today as the IQ test.
21 the ability to deal with new and different concepts and to come up with new ways of problem solving
22 the awareness of and ability to manage oneís own emotions as well as the ability to be self-motivated, able to feel what others feel, and socially skilled
23 the ability to use information to get along in life and become successful
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