5.1 Introduction to Memory
5.5 Forgetting and Memory Distortion
5.6 Biological Bases of Memory
5.7 Introduction to Thinking and Problem Solving
5.8 Biases and Errors in Thinking
5.9 Introduction to Intelligence
5.10 Psychometric Principles and Intelligence Testing
5.11 Components of Language and Language Acquisition
5.A Compare and contrast various cognitive processes.
5.B Describe and differentiate psychological and physiological systems of memory.
5.C Identify the contributions of key researchers in cognitive psychology.
5.I Identify problem-solving strategies as well as factors that influence their effectiveness.
5.J List the characteristics of creative thought and creative thinkers.
5.L Define intelligence and list characteristics of how psychologists measure intelligence.
5.M Discuss how culture influences the definition of intelligence.
5.N Compare and contrast historic and contemporary theories of intelligence.
5.O Identify the contributions of key researchers in intelligence research and testing.
5.P Explain how psychologists design tests, including standardization strategies and other techniques to establish reliability and validity.
5.Q Interpret the meaning of scores in terms of the normal curve.
5.R Describe relevant labels related to intelligence testing.
5.S Synthesize how biological, cognitive, and cultural factors converge to facilitate acquisition, development, and use of language.
5.T Debate the appropriate testing practices, particularly in relation to culture-fair test uses.
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