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Chapter 7

Michelle Reed

Ciccarelli & White (2009)

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1.Sternberg's theory that there are three kinds of intelligence; analytical, creative, and practical
5.a block to problem solving that comes from thinking about objects in terms of only their typical functions
6.an example of a concept that closely matches the defining characteristics of a concept
7.a number representing a measure of intelligence from the divison of one's mental age by one's chronological age and then multiplying that quotient by 100
8.the degree to which a test actually measures what it's supposed to measure
9.an example of a type of concept around which other similar concepts are organized
14.a type of intelligence measure that assumes that IQ is normally distributed around a mean of 100 with a stardard deviation of about 15
17.the ability of the brain to build and maintain new neurons and the connections between them
18.type of thinking in which a person starts from one point and comes up with many different ideas or possibilities based on that point
19.the ability to reason and solve problems, or general intelligence
20.theory that concepts are universal and influence the development of language
22.the ability to use information to get along in life and become successful
24.ideas that represent a class or category of objects, events, or activities
25.the ability to break problems down into components parts, or analysis, for problem solving
27.mental activity that goes on in the brain when a person is organizing and attempting to understand information and communicating information to others
28.the 2% of the population falling on the upper end of the normal curve and typically possessing an IQ of 130 or above
29.the basic units of sound in language
30.condition in which a person's behavioral and cognitive skills exist at an earlier developmental stage than the skills of others who are the same chronological age
31.the most general form of a type of concept
33.the awareness of an ability to manage one's own emotions as well as the ability to be self-motivated, able to feel what others feels, and socially skilled
35.the tendency to search for evidence that fits one's beliefs while ignoring any evidence that does not fit those beliefs
38.concepts people form as a result of their experiences in the real world
39.process of cognition that occurs when a goal must be reached by thinking and behaving in certain ways
41.mental representations that stand for objects or events and have a picture-like quality
42.concepts that are defined by specific rules or features
43.aspects of language involving the practical ways of communicating with others, or the social niceities of language
44.the ability to excel in certain areas, or specific intelligence
45.the system of rules governing the structure and use of a language
2.the theory that thought processes and concepts are controlled by language
3.the smallest unit of meaning within a language
4.the ability to learn from one's experience, acquire knowledge, and use resources effectively in adapting to new situations or solving problems
10.the system of rules for combining words and phrases to form grammatically correct sentences
11.type of thinking in which a problem is seen as having only one answer, and all lines of thinking will eventually lead to that single answer, using previous knowledge and logic
12.the creation of a machine that can think like a human
13.an educated guess based on prior experiences that helps narrow down the possible solutions for a problem (rule of thumb)
15.problem-solving method in which one possible solution after another is tried until a successful one is found
16.the tendency for people to persist in using problem-solving patterns that have worked for them in the past
21.the ability to deal with new and different concepts and to come up with new ways of solving problems
23.the most specific category of a concept
26.heuristic in which the difference between the starting situation and the goal is determined and then steps are taken to reduce that difference
32.the tendency of a test to produce the same scores again and again each time it is given to the same people
34.the process of solving problems by combining ideas or behavior in new ways
36.very specific, step-by-step procedures for solving certain types of problems
37.the rules for determining the meaning of words and sentences
40.a system for combining symbols so that an unlimited number of meaningful statements can be made for the purpose of communicating with others

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