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Terms in this set (7)
Fluid Reasoning (Gf)
deliberate but flexible control of attention to solve novel problems that cannot be solved automatically or by relying on previous knowledge or experience
Short-Term Memory (Gsm)
The ability to encode, maintain, and manipulate information in one's immediate awareness
Long-Term Storage & Retrieval (Glr)
The ability to store, consolidate, and retrieve information over periods of time measured in minutes, hours, days, and years
Processing Speed (Gs)
The ability to perform simple repetitive cognitive tasks quickly and fluently
Depth and breadth of knowledge and skills that are valued by one's culture (originally called crystallized intelligence)
Visual Processing (Gv)
The ability to make use of simulated mental imagery (often in conjunction with currently perceived images) to solve problems.
Auditory Processing (Ga)
The ability to detect and process meaningful nonverbal information in sound.
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