Q1.Nativist view of language
Q2. What is confirmation bias?
Q3. What are Sternberg’s three forms of intelligence?
According to Sternberg’s Triarchic Theory, human intelligence is aimed at adapting to suit a purpose, shape and select, environments that are in the real world and of which are significant to a person’s life. This means that intelligence is rated by how well a person adapts to changes in the environment throughout their life. Because of this he came up with three forms of thinking that are namely analytical intelligence, practical intelligence, and creative intelligence.
Analytical intelligence deals with solving complications that need only one solution. In this one concentrates on planning, reflecting, monitoring, and transferring ideas. Traditional tests are used to determine this type of thinking since they predict future success.
Practical intelligence involves shaping and selecting real-world experiences and environments. This means that one has to have the ability of solving difficulties concerning daily activities that one engages in. it involves use of common sense and street smartness in situations. The process of selecting and shaping an environment is with the aim of maximizing to fit in the situation.
Creative intelligence is concerned with developing, creating solutions, and then applying them to fresh ideas. Mainly applies to when an individual is provoked by a challenge that maybe new or may be familiar. The individual should be able to react successfully to the difficulty and produce fresh ideas successfully.
Q4. What are the stages of creative problem solving?
First one has to identify the problem. In order to solve a problem one has to know what it is. It is therefore advisable for one to evaluate the situation and then deal with the problem.
Secondly, one has to research about the problem. This involves collecting information that is relevant to the problem. This will help in knowing the time frame that will be taken and the cost to be incurred. This will also let you know if other people have solved the problem and in what way they did it.
Third, one has to sleep on it. This involves sleeping, engaging in activities that are enjoyable, and relaxing to enable your subconscious to figure it out. This makes the subconscious be creative.
Fourth, the subconscious presents one with an answer that is excellent when one least expects. This are the times when one says ‘Eureka!’ or ‘Aha!’
Fifth, when one has come up with the brilliant idea, you have to stay put and analyze critically every part. One does not have to jump to conclusion quickly.