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Block 1.2 - Problem 4: "Psychometric Approach"

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Discussed: What is intelligence - is it possible to measure; Are there different types of intelligence, and what they are; Is it possible to inherit intelligence; What is the Flynn-Effect; Is intelligence measured the same globally? Includes: Definitions, explanations, and examples of vocab words, Theories of intelligence from: Francis Galton, James Mckeen-Cattell, Alfred Binet, William Stern, Charles Spearman, Philip Vernon, David Wechsler, Louis Thurstone, Carl, Howard Gardner, and Robert St...

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61 PAGES OF COMPLETE NOTES ON ALL OF BLOCK 1.2(Differences Between People) FOR SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY! A cheaper alternative than buying notes for each problem/topic in social psychology. Contains notes on topics 1 - 8: Psychoanalytical approach, Behaviouristic approach, Humanistic approach, Psychometric approach, Trait approach, Interactionism appro.

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Block 1.2 - Problem 6: "Interactionism Approach"

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Discussed: Why people react differently in different situations; Why a person's behaviour is consistent over time; Why some people react differently in the same situation; How personal characteristics and situations interact; and Which/Why some traits change over time, and why some traits do not change. Includes: Formulas, definitions, explanations, and examples of vocab words, Notes on articles and MORE!

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