By first relating to your own experiences, you will be preparing for a possible future career of serving clients in the psychology field. In addition to formal theories of intelligence, everyone has his or her own informal theory of intelligence. In this journal assignment, referring to scholarly research, think about what your theory of intelligence would be.

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Prompt: By first relating to your own experiences, you will be preparing for a possible future career of serving clients in the psychology field. In addition to formal theories of intelligence, everyone has his or her own informal theory of intelligence. In this journal assignment, referring to scholarly research, think about what your theory of intelligence would be.

 

The following critical elements must be addressed, Please be sure to refer to the  APA Code of Ethics  in your journal.

1. How do you recognize intelligence (or the lack thereof) when you see it? Refer to course concepts in your response.

2. How does your theory conform to formal theories? Relate your response to course theories. Refer to course concepts in your response.

3. What psychometrics tasks, observations, or questions would you use to measure intelligence according to your personal theory? Refer to course concepts and theories in your rationale, and Justify and support your viewpoint with research.

 

Course Resources

Textbook: Psychological Testing and Assessment, Chapters 9 and 10 These chapters review different theories and research methods for studying and measuring human intelligence and consider educational applications of testing, including achievement and aptitude measures.

Video: Controversies of Intelligence (12:38) (267) Controversy of Intelligence: Crash Course Psychology #23 – YouTube This video concisely details the major controversies associated with intelligence testing.

Article: The Heritability of Intelligence: Not What You Think; The Heritability of Intelligence: Not What You Think – Scientific American Blog Network This is an article in the Scientific American blog about new findings regarding the heritability of intelligence.

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