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Testing & Individual Differences, Part III

  • There are many additional aspects of intelligence such as reflective ability, metacognition, speed of processing, neural intelligence, and experiential intelligence
  • Daniel Goleman proposed the idea of emotional intelligence, theorizing that how one reads and responds to emotional states of themselves and others is a more important skill than raw processing power—one needs both IQ and EQ for success
  • IQ scores are used to define giftedness as well as intellectual disability
  • There are numerous genetic and biological factors that contribute to intellectual challenges in children

Testing & Individual Differences, Part III

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  1. Intro
    • Other Aspects of Intelligence
    • Emotional Intelligence
    • Giftedness and Range of IQ
    • Intellectual Disability (Formerly MR)
    • Organic Causes of Intellectual Disability
    • Phenylkenuria (PKU)
    • More Organic Causes
    • Down Syndrome
    • Fragile X Syndrome
    • Heredity and Environment
    • Review
    • Intro 0:00
    • Other Aspects of Intelligence 0:11
      • Reflective Intelligence
      • Metacognitive Skills
      • Speed of Processing
      • Inspection Time
      • Neural Intelligence
      • Experiential Intelligence
    • Emotional Intelligence 7:26
      • Daniel Goleman
      • EQ Roughly Connected to Gardner's Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Intelligences
      • Argues Need for Both IQ and EQ
      • Need to Understand Own and Other's Emotions to Gain Success
      • Wrote Social Intelligence
    • Giftedness and Range of IQ 10:55
      • Having a High IQ (>130) or Special Talents or Abilities
      • IQ Chart Levels -- Very Superior, Superior, Bright Normal, Average, Dull Normal, Borderline, Mentally Challenged
    • Intellectual Disability (Formerly MR) 15:01
      • Presence of Developmental Disability and an IQ Score Below 70
      • Categories
    • Organic Causes of Intellectual Disability 19:33
      • Related to Physical Disorders
      • Birth Injuries
      • Fetal Damage
      • Metabolic Disorders
      • Genetic Abnormalities
    • Phenylkenuria (PKU) 21:02
      • Genetic Disease in Which Child Lacks an Important Enzyme
    • More Organic Causes 22:30
      • Microcephaly
      • Hydrocephaly
      • Cretinism
    • Down Syndrome 23:55
      • Genetic Disorder Caused by Presence of Extra Chromosome
    • Fragile X Syndrome 26:41
      • Genetic Form of Disability Caused by Defect in X Chromosome
    • Heredity and Environment 27:38
      • Eugenics
      • Genetics Seems to Put Upper Limit on Intelligence and Environment Pushes, Allows, or Limits What Eventual Intelligence Will Become
    • Review 29:29
      • What is Emotional Intelligence, and How Can it Help or Hinder Someone Who Has High IQ?
      • Describe Some of the Different Aspects of Intelligence and Other Cognitive Skills?
      • Describe the Limitations on Intelligence That Appear in Mentally Challenged Individuals.
      • Describe Some of the Possible Reasons for Intellectual Disability.