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need to restandardize because data indicates people gotten smarter over the past 50 years
extent that a test measures what it intends to measure
-calculated by comparing how well test results correlate to other measures that assess what the test supposed to predict
when participants answer a standard series of question
don't typically allow free response
Rorschach Inkblot test
Projective test, sequence of ten inkblots, people asked to observe and characterize images which show their personality
Thematic Apperception Test
projective, participant asked to generate a story accompanying a set of random pictures, their personality is then psychoanalyzed
gauge abilities in certain areas, extremely difficult where it is unlikely to get 100% (Olympiads)
French psychologist who first began to measure intelligence through his test, Stanford-Binet Scale
test originally measured child development but became one of the first intelligence tests
said there was general intelligence (g factor) that was the basis of all other intelligence
Identified multiple intelligences like: verbal, mathematical, musical, spatial, kinesthetic, environmental, interpersonal, and intrapersonal (self awareness)
created programs to enhance people's emotional intelligence (ability o recognize others intents and motivations)
ranges from 0-1, measures proportion of variation among individuals that can be attributed to genetic effects
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