Psych: Human Development; Adolescent Adolescent Development Notes

5472 words - 22 pages

Theories of Intelligence and Individual Differences
Theories of Intelligence
Information Processing Theory
Speed of Information processing ○
Flexibility of strategies ○

Spearman
General intelligence
Responsible for performance on all mental tests §

Specific Intelligence
Good at one specific thing.. Really good at math §


Cattell
Fluid intelligence
Refers to the ability to perceive relations among stimuli §

Crystalized Intelligence
Examples, compromises a persons culturally influenced accumulated
knowledge and skills, including understanding printed language,
comprehending language, and knowing vocabulary
§


Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligence
Linguistic
meaning of words and using it effectively §

Logical
Mathematical §

Spatial
Perceiving objects §

Musical ○
Bodily
Using ones body in highly differentiated ways §

Interpersonal
Identifying different feelings in others §

Intrapersonal
Understanding ones emotions §

Naturalistic
Natural worlds, natural phenomena , understanding of living things
8879
§

Existential
Considering "ultimate" issues, purpose of life and death §


Sterberg's Theory of Successful Intelligence
Analytic Ability
Involves analyzing problems and generating different solutions §

Creative Ability
Involves dealing adaptively with novel situations and problems §

Practical Ability
Knowing what solution or plan will actually work §


Carol's Theory
Hierarchical theory is, in essence, a compromise between the two views of
intelligence- general versus distinct abilities
Fluid Intelligence §
Crystallized Intelligence §
General Memory and Learning §
Broad Visual Perception §
Broad Auditory Perception §
Broad Retrieval Ability §
Broad Cognitive Speediness §
Processing Speed §


Creative Thinking
Divergent Thinking •
Fluency •
Flexibility •
Originality •
Elaboration •
Measuring Intelligence
Simone-Binet Scale
Their approach was to select tasks that French children of different ages
ought to be able to do so

Introduced the concept of mental age ○
"bright" "dull"○

Terman and the development of IQ
American population ○
1916 ○
Clarify the issue of what the test results meant about intellectual ability,
Ternam described performance as an Intelligence Quotient, which was
simply the ratio of mental age to chronological age, multiplied by 100

IQ = MA/CA x 100 ○
Latest version was revised in 2003 ○

Wechsler Pre School and primary Scale of Intelligence •
Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children
Used frequently with 6-16 years old ○
Includes subtests for both verbal and performance skills ○

Flynn Effect •
Bayley Scales of Infant Development
5 scales
Cognitive §
Language §
Motor §
Social emotional §
Adaptive behaviour §

Dynamic Testing
Measures child's learning potential by having the child learn
something new in the presence of the examiner and with the
examiners help
§
Designed for 1-42 months old §
Not until 18-24 months do infant IQ scores predict later IQ scores §


Intelligence, Heredity and...

Other Essays On Psych: Human Development; Adolescent - Adolescent Development - Notes

Nature/Nurture Theory to the movie, Joe the King - Capella University- Human Social Development - Essay

1513 words - 7 pages the nurture/environment theory argue that human behavior is a function of learning and may include shaping forces, such as culture and traditions (Lundahl & Hull, 2015). However, due to current research, there are not single causes such as nature and nurture, but, rather all of the factors necessarily act in concert to influence to the development of the individual (Gottlieb, 2000). The scholar would also choose the nature/nurture theory in her

Exposure to Violence and the Social-Cognitive Effects on Children - Human Growth and Development - Research Paper

2849 words - 12 pages Exposure to Violence and the Social-Cognitive Effects on Children 1 Exposure to Violence and the Social-Cognitive Effects on Children Drew Shapiro Manchester Community College Exposure to Violence and the Social-Cognitive Effects on Children Today’s children are the future of tomorrow. Exposing our children to violence, whether it is on TV or in home violence can severely alter their social-cognitive development, as they grow older into

An Analysis on South Africa's Human Development Based on the HDI - Pearson Institute - Research Paper

1063 words - 5 pages What Is Human Development? Human development refers to the process of enriching the lives of people, as opposed to the economy in which these people live. (United Nations, 1990) Human development is measured using the Human Development Index (HDI). The HDI is based on three elements, namely the health, education, and income of people. The HDI is used to determine whether or not a country is developing or developed, based on these 3 aspects

Organizations of the human development - Alabama state university - Research

615 words - 3 pages Running Head: DESCRIPTION OF ORGANIZATION Description of Organization Organzization Description Aaliyah Davis, Aaliyah Prince, Je’Cye Sloan, Diamond Mabson, Brishonda Holcombe Alabama A&M University Professor Fischle Discuss the history of your organization. The Dwelling Place is a growing family of 4 specialized programs delivering professional counseling, skills-building, training and prevention services to over 40 children and battered women

Crim 133 Paper for notes that are from UBC and not shared by anyone - UBC - Research Paper

890 words - 4 pages peers · Deviant youths drawn to deviant peers; amplifies already existing tendencies Peer Rejection · Peer acceptance important for social/psych development · Dodge & Petit (2003): · Children rejected for 2+ years by gr. 2 · In adolescent, 50% antisocial vs. 9% for non-neglected children Risk Factors for Peer Rejection · Low quality parent-child relationship · Low quality parent-parent relationship · Aggressive behavior · Impulsive & disruptive

INTEGRATIVE PROJECT FOR coun 620 - cOUN 620 - pAPER

4326 words - 18 pages . (2015). The SAFETY program: A treatment-development trial of a cognitive-behavioral family treatment for adolescent suicide attempters. Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 44(1), 194-203. Babeva, K. N., Hughes, J. L., Sugar, C. A., & Asarnow, J. R. (2017). Cognitive-behavioral family treatment for suicide attempt prevention: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 56(6), 506

Qualitative and Quantitative Research - Grand Canyon PCN 540 - Essay

733 words - 3 pages QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH1 Qualitative and Quantitative Research Amelia Garcia Grand Canyon University:PCN-540 April 5, 2017 Qualitative and Quantitative Research In the article The Career Development of Mexican American Adolescent Women: A Test of Social Cognitive Career Theory, review of literature found inconsistencies between educational and vocational accomplishments and ambitions in Mexican American women.The investigator's

J.A.J.M Child Psychiatry

3677 words - 15 pages development of the adolescent's problem including psychological, biological, social and cultural views (the "biopsychosocial model") (Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 16(1):111-32). The applicability of (DSM) diagnosis have also been questioned with concern to the assessment of young adolescents: it is debated that extremely young adolescents are developing to rapidly to be properly assessed by a fixed diagnosis, and in

Adolescent Voice and Vocal Hygiene - Balmoral State High School/Music Extension - Research Paper

2418 words - 10 pages involved in expiration, they will gain better control of their breath and be able to make more insightful artistic choices in their delivery of phrases. 3.0. Health and Hygiene 3.1. Vocal Health and Hygiene Music education plays a pivotal role in allowing adolescent performers to properly maintain their voices for performance; as when educating young singers in regards to the development, function and limitations of the voice they are provided with the

Piaget's Theory

433 words - 2 pages Piaget's theory of cognitive development consists of various stages, which happen at various times of a young person's life. The stage of life for an adolescent, between the ages of twelve to sixteen, is known as the formal operational stage. This stage is the fourth and final stage of cognitive development. "Formal operational thinkers can recognize and identify a problem. They can state several alternative hypotheses, execute procedures to

Biological, Social, Psychological Assesement Gonzalez Case Study - Social Work: Practice with Individuals - Biophysical Assesement

1748 words - 7 pages . Jose’s Unsupportive Factors for Human Development Jose being the oldest of three brings a set of more responsibilities that your normal adolescent around his age. Jose is physically strong and is working but what if he gets seriously hurt on the job. He dropped out of high school, so he does not have an education and only certain businesses will hire you without a high school diploma. Three Factors One factor that not addressed is the

Similar Papers

Human Development Creative Story New Zealand Management Academies Human Development

2301 words - 10 pages adolescent girl, Lola. It describes some of the many trying situations an adolescent may experience. It’ll then link these situations to developmental theories by primary theorists. Lawrence Kohlberg – Theory of Moral Development Described in part two is Lola entering the stage of Kohlberg’s theory of moral development. Whereas in the past, Lola would have used any opportunity to get either of her siblings in trouble and make herself look better

Life Span Of Human Growth & Development Pys 280 Essay

1584 words - 7 pages Life Span Perspective of Human Development 1 Life Span Perspective of Human Development Life Span Perspective of Human Development PSY 280: Human Growth & Development Life Span Perspective of Human Development The life-span perspective for human development is only one strategy used to understand human lifespan advancement. As people develop from the earliest stages of life into the later stages of adulthood, they experience an abundance of

Erik Erikson Stages Of Psychosocial Human Development Research Paper

1849 words - 8 pages -of-aging-on-the-female- reproductive-system Levine, D. (2017, November 7). How much can family relationships contribute to your risk for depression? U.S. News.  Retrieved from https://health.usnews.com/health-care/patient-advice/articles/2017-11-07/how-much-can-family-relationships-contribute-to-your-risk-of-depression Lumen (n.d.). Theories of human development. Boundless Psychology. Retrieved from https://courses.lumenlearning.com/boundless

Life Span Development Chap 4 Notes Essay

951 words - 4 pages I.Prenatal DevelopmentA.Germinal Period - Conception to 2 weeks1. Creation of the zygote2. Continued cell division3. Implantation - attachment of the zygote to the uterine wall (10 days after conception)* Blastocyst - inner cells (embryo)* Trophoblast - outer layer (placenta/umbilical cord - life supports systems)B.Embryonic Period - 2 to 8 weeks after conception1. Cell differentiation intensifies, support systems for cells form and organs