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Developmental Influences on Adult Intelligence

Developmental Influences on Adult Intelligence

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English


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ISBN 109780198035602
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An individual’s developmental stage signifi-cantly influences the ability to learn. Pedagogy, andragogy, and gerogogy are three different ori-entations to learning in childhood, young and middle adulthood, and older adulthood, respec-tively. To meet the health-related educational needs of learners, a developmental approach must be used.   "Intelligence is an adaptation To say that intelligence is a particular instance of biological adaptation is thus to suppose that it is essentially an organization and that its function is to structure the universe just as the organism structures its immediate environment" (Piaget, , pp. ).

Human intelligence - Human intelligence - Development of intelligence: There have been a number of approaches to the study of the development of intelligence. Psychometric theorists, for instance, have sought to understand how intelligence develops in terms of changes in intelligence factors and in various abilities in childhood. For example, the concept of mental age was popular during the. Education as Causal of Intelligence. There is substantial evidence to suggest that education influences intelligence. One study took advantage of the school system in Germany to investigate the relationship between education and children in the sample were required to be 6 years old before they started the school year on April 1, so it was possible to compare children who were.

Hereditary factors are based on the genetic make up of the individual influences growth and development throughout life. The offspring inherits genetic characteristics from his parents. The environmental factors cc of the influence of parents, family, friends, schooling, society, culture, and all other experiences to which the child is exposed.   A prominent hypothesis in the study of intelligence is that genetic influences on cognitive abilities are larger for children raised in more advantaged environments. Evidence to date has been mixed, with some indication that the hypothesized pattern may hold in the United States but not elsewhere. We conducted the largest study to date using matched birth and school administrative .


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Warner Schaie English | Nov. 30, | ISBN: | Pages | PDF | 30 MB Adult cognitive development is one of the most important yet most neglected aspects in the study of human psychology. "In Developmental Influences on Adult Intelligence, Warner Schaie lays out the reasons that we should continue to study cognitive development in adulthood, and presents the history, latest data, and results from the Seattle Longitudinal Study (SLS), which now extends to over 45 years.".

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