David Wechsler
Wechsler Scales (WIAS and WISC) - most widely used intelligence tests today
Louis Terman
(of Stanford University) altered Binets IQ test, calling it the Stanford-Binet
Robert Sternberg
Triarchic Theory of Intelligence - creative, analytical, practical
Charles Spearman
Two-Factor Theory of Intelligence - g factor (general intelligence), an inherited intellectual ability that influences all around performance; s factor (specific abilities), which account for differences between scores on different tasks
Howard Gardner
Theory of Eight Multiple Intelligences
Francis Galton
Founded psychometrics; developed the ideas of correlation, standard deviation, regression toward the mean
Alfred Binet
First Intelligence Test
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