actions that can be performed on objects or ideas and that consistently yield a result. This allows children the reverse their thoughts and understand conservation.
cognitive stage when egocentrism wanes, children understand conservation and take an earthbound, concrete, practical minded sort of problem solving approach.
cognitive stage when children expand beyond thinking in the concrete, and are able to think hypothetically and reason abstractly.
psychologists who specialize in measuring psychological characteristics such as intelligence and personality.
psychologist who developed the g-Factor theory of intelligence - general factor - responsible for performance on all mental tests.
Thurstone and Thurstone
psychologist who developed the theory of several intelligences. 7 distinct and different abilities: perceptual speed, word comprehension, word fluency, space, number, memory, induction.
psychologist who developed the theory of multiple intelligences . 9 in total. Linguistic intelligence, logical-mathematical intelligence and spatial intelligence are included in psychometric theories. Also Musical, bodily-kinesthetic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalistic and existential intelligences.
psychologist who developed the theory of successful intelligence, using three different abilities: analytic ability, creative ability, practical ability.
various combinations of selected words from a sentence that convey a particular idea. They can be combined to build the overall meaning of a passage as a whole.
writing strategy that relies on writing down information on a topic as they retrieve it from memory. Typical of young writers.