5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Fixed interval
- Stanford-Binet Intelligence scale
- Atkinson and Shiffrir
- a a schedule where reinforcement happens after a certain length of time
- b A system of communication through the use of speech, a collection of sounds understood by a group of people to have the same meaning.
- c teacher and student, Theory of human memory influencial in shaping research in the field of psychology
- d recall knowledge from memory
- e modern descendent of the first successful intelligence test that measures general intelligence and four factors verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, spatial reasoning, and short-term memory.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Spearman's idea of the ability to excel in certain areas, or specific intelligences (like music, art, business)
- Explicit, storing of facts, information, personal life events which can be brought to mind verbally or in the for of images
- used to tap into knowledge and skills aquired through experiences such as formal education
- Learning; Concepts: Classical conditioning terms, behavioral conditioning; Study Basics: Classical conditioning—conditioned fear into infants (including Little Albert) in order to examine how fears are learned and generalized
- The termination of an unpleasant condition after a response, this increases the probability the response will be repeated.
5 True/False questions
Bandura → Supports Thurstone's idea that intelligence comes in multiple forms. He notes that brain damage may diminish one type of ability but not others. Proposed eight types of intelligences and speculates about a ninth one — existential intelligence — the ability to ponder about question of life, death and existence.
Spearman → believed we have one general intelligence (g) and granted that people often have special abilities that stand out; developed factor analysis- a procedure that identifies clusters of related items
cognition → The process of acquiring, storing, retrieving, and using information
intelligence → mental quality consisting of the ability to learn from experience, solve problems, and use knowledge to adapt to new situations
decay theory → when a memory isn't used it fades with time and disappears