PSYC 2015 GROUP STORYBOARD

PSYC 2015 GROUP STORYBOARD
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  • Triarchic Theory of Human Intelligence 
  •  Picture a fireman who has to rescue a person from a burning building, he has to assess the situation, think of a way to rescue them and use his experience to carry out that plan.
  • Emphasizes how various aspects of intelligence work together; intelligence comprises componential, experiential, and contextual abilities (Sternberg, 2009, p.555; Von Stumm, Chamorro-Premuzic, Furnham, 2009, p.430 ) .
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  • "The componential aspect refers to learning ability, analytical thinking, and problem solving skills and is closely related to the concept of g. The experiential component refers to the ability to combine different experiences in unique ways through means of original thinking and creativity. Finally, the contextual aspect refers to the practical aspects of the environment and the ability to adapt to new and changing contexts by drawing on existing knowledge and skills"  (Von Stumm et al., 2009, p.430).
  • Intelligent behavior is modifiable and stems from a successful balance among analytical, creative, and practical abilities (Lombardi, 2008, p. 220).
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  • Do people become wiser as they age chronologically?
  • Study on age differences and wisdom provides evidence for the idea that age differences in wise reasoning about fundamental life issues depend on the relevance of age-normative problems in individuals’ own lives (Thomas & Kunzmann, 2013)
  • As people get older they develop a more definite identity, including an understanding of who they are, what their capabilities and limitations are (Arnette, 2018).
  • Al phases of life offer opportunities for the attainment of wisdom-related strengths as long as an individual is willing and able to actively engage in life’s ongoing challenges.
  • Being wise  is related to proper decision making . Michael A. Grubb, Agnieszka Tymula, Sharon Gilaie-Dotan, Paul W. Glimcher and Ifat Levy (2016) our brain structure affects our attitudes to  decision making and risk more than ageing does.
  • As humans we all age differently. We age based on the activity that is within each and every one of us. If we do become wiser with age its is because of the way we live our lives and the activity we partake in.
  • Civic mindedness is to care about what is going on around you., which is related to fluid and crystalized intelligence. These describes one's ability to " “think on your feet" and  to use language, skills and experience to address problems" (Biswas-Diener, 2018). 
  • Having practical intelligence is a large part of being functional. “Practical intelligence is acquired primarily by observing others and modeling their behaviour” (Seemungal, 2018, p. 9). 
  •  In that way, practical intelligence also plays a role in emotional intelligence.  
  • Participate or initiate reseach related to gathering information about  cognitive abilities of locals. Advocating for better policy and funding  for education for young children or those with special needs.
  • The board shows how can we use this knowledge to positively affect Caribbean communities.
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