a. Differentiate between general and multiple intelligences.
b. Explain how intelligence may be influenced by heredity and environment.
c. Evaluate the reliability, validity, and standardization of historical and contemporary intelligence tests.
d. Evaluate the implications of measurement of intelligence on the individual and culture.
e. Differentiate the levels of intelligence: include giftedness and intellectual disability.
a. Evaluate Psychodynamic Theory and its impact on contemporary psychology.
b. Evaluate the Humanistic Perspective of personality.
c. Analyze the purpose and theories of the Trait Perspective of personality.
d. Analyze the Social-Cognitive Perspective of personality.
a. Identify criteria that distinguish normal from disordered behavior, include: the criteria of distress, deviance, and dysfunction.
b. Describe methods used to diagnose and assess psychological disorders, include: the current version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, the MMPI, and projective tests.
c. Analyze various psychological disorders and identify appropriate treatments, include: anxiety disorders, bipolar and depressive disorders, personality disorders, somatic disorders, and schizophrenia.
d. Analyze the challenges associated with labeling psychological disorders and the impact of diagnosis on patients.
e. Compare the biomedical, psychoanalytical, cognitive, and behavioral and humanistic approaches to the treatment of psychological disorders.
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