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Name : Mr.

Shailendra Naidu Roll No : H1213082 Course : MHRDM / 2nd Year / 2nd Sem

Ability to learn from experience, solve problems, and use knowledge to adapt to new situations

Stanford Binet test. Ravens Progressive Matrices. Group tests of Army Alpha and Beta types. Weschler intelligence test. Bhatia's Battery of performance test of intelligence.

Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon (French scientists) devised a new way to test intelligence called the Binet-Simon Scale in 1909. Alfred Binet was commissioned by French gov. to separate children into vocational vs academic schooling This intelligence test measured someones intelligence using the performance method, which involved testing intelligence based upon someones ability to give correct answers to a series of questions.

To

help compare intelligence between different types of people, the Binet-Simon Scale used a measure called mental age. For example, if on average a group of nine year olds score twenty correct questions, and then a child who is seven years old scores the same amount, then that seven year old child is said to have a mental age of nine. In general, mental age should rise as a person grows older. So the older they are, the better they will do on the test. Between 2- 23 years of age.

The

test consists of 50 designs each of which has a cut out segment. The subject is shown the 6-8 cut out alternative pieces and is asked to indicate what to be put in the matrix. There is children Progressive Matrices, standard progressive matrices, advanced matrices.

Army Alpha/Beta

IQ Test (1917) designed for World War I recruits Assumed to be testing native intelligence Alpha for literates; Beta for illiterates and non-English speakers
Alpha subtests: Oral Directions; Arithmetic; Practical Judgment; Analogies; Disarranged Sentences; Number Series; Information Beta subtests: Memory; Matching; Picture Completion; Geometric Construction

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Verbal and Performance subtests Performance compared to same age peers raw score has different interpretation depending on age Designed widely used test for adults (WAIS), children (WISC), and preschoolers

Testing Booklet Story Cards Puzzle Pieces Block Design

Verbal tests: Information Comprehension Arithmetic Similarities Digit span Vocabulary Letter number Sequencing.

Performance scale: Digit symbol Picture completion Block design Picture arrangement Matrix reasoning Object assembly Symbol search

Information : A persons level of general knowledge Comprehension : How well you can understand questions and grasp concepts. Arithmetic : A persons mathematical abilities. Similarities : Measures abstract thought. Digit Span : Measures attention span. Vocabulary : How many word meanings you know.

Digit

Symbol : Mental flexibility with random symbols. Picture Completion : Ability to notice differences between two similar pictures. Block Design : Mentally construct printed designs in your head. Picture Arrangement : Arrange pictures in a logical order. Object Assembly : Place the correct part in relationship to a whole.

Predicts

to some extent how well we will do in life Many occupations are available only to persons with college or graduate degrees. It takes less time to train persons with higher intelligence to a high level of job knowledge and skill. Persons with higher intelligence tend to perform better in complex jobs.

Guidance

, counseling Help to place vocationally. Select right person for promotion. Job selection, diagnosis of mental states and treatment. Helps to measure intellectual functions of memory, problem solving and verbal fluency. Diagnose the differences between two individuals on basis of their intellectual differences and leading to the development of the knowledge about the individual differences.