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Chc v2.0 model 2 13-12


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A brief set of slides that presents a visual summary of the latest revision of the CHC model of intelligence by Schneider & McGrew (2012)

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Chc v2.0 model 2 13-12

  1. 1. The Cattell-Horn-Carroll (CHC) Model of Intelligence: A visual tour and summary Dr. Joel Schneider Dr. Kevin McGrew© Institute for Applied Psychometrics (IAP) 2-10-12
  2. 2. In our chapter in the recent Contemporary Intellectual Assessment book, we presented a revised version of CHC theory (CHC v2.0). Due to space limitations and the complexity of the model, the abilities were defined in the text but no grand figure was included. Unfortunately, the complete CHC model is now so large and complex that it is impossible to capture all critical abilities and dimensions on a single slide (at least one that is readable). This set of PowerPoint slides rectifies this situation via the presentation of a visual model for CHC v2.0. A URL to an on-line viewable Prezi presentation of the model, with a few additional embedded figures, is also included. Finally, a URL is presented where the PPT figures and an abstracted set of the can be downloaded in the form of a PDF file. Schneider, W. J., & McGrew, K. (2012) The Cattell-Horn-Carroll model of intelligence. In D. Flanagan & P. Harrison (Eds.), Contemporary Intellectual Assessment: Theories, Tests, and Issues (3rd ed.; pp 99-144) . New York: Guilford.© Institute for Applied Psychometrics (IAP) 2-10-12
  3. 3. General CHC model v2.0 – Part 1 (Schneider & McGrew, 2012)General Intelligence (g) Quantitative Comp - Long-Term Processing Reading & Fluid Short-Term Visual Auditory Broad Knowledge Knowledge Storage & Writing (Grw) Reasoning (Gf) Memory (Gsm) Processing (Gv) Processing (Ga) Speed (Gs) (Gq) (Gc) Retrieval (Glr)Narrow Mathematical Reading General verbal Memory span Associative Visualization Phonetic coding Perceptual speed Induction (I) knowledge (KM) decoding (RD) information (K0) (MS) memory (MA) * (Vz) (PC) (P) Mathematical Reading Language General Speeded Speech sound Working memory Meaningful Rate of test- achievement comprehension development sequential discrimination capacity (MW) memory (MM) * rotation (SR) taking (R9) (A3) (RC) (LD) reasoning (RG) (US) Resistance to Reading speed Lexical Quantitative Free-recall Closure speed Number facility auditory stimulus (RS) knowledge (VL) reasoning (RQ) memory (M6) * (CS) (N) distortion (UR) Memory for Reading Spelling ability Listening ability Ideational Flexibility of sound patterns speed/fluency (SG) (LS) fluency (FI) ** closure (CF) (UM) (RS) Maintaining & Writing English usage Communication Associational Visual memory judging rhythm speed/fluency (EU) ability (CM) fluency (FA) ** (MV) (U8) (WS) General Musical discrim. Writing ability Grammatical Expressional Spatial scanning Speed + & judgment (U1 (WA) sensitivity (MY) fluency (FE) ** (SS) U9) Sens. to probs. Writing speed Serial perceptual Absolute pitch /altern. Sol. (WS) integration (PI) (UP) fluency (SP) ** Acquired Knowledge + Memory Originality Length Sound * Learning /creativity (FO) estimation (LE) localization (UL) Efficiency ** ** Retrieval Fluency Naming facility Perceptual (NA)** illusions (IL) Functional groupings Word Fluency Perceptual (FW) ** alternations (PN) Conceptual groupings Figural Fluency Imagery (IM) + = additional CHC abilities in groupings (FF) ** in Part 2 of model Domain-Independent General Sensory-Motor Domain Figural flexibility Capacities + (FX) ** Specific Abilities (Sensory) +© Institute for Applied Psychometrics (IAP) 2-10-12
  4. 4. General CHC model v2.0 – Part 2 (Schneider & McGrew, 2012) General Intelligence (g) Domain Reaction & Tactile Abilities Specific Know. Psychomotor Olfactory Kinesthetic Psychomotor Broad Decision Speed (Gkn) Speed (Gps) Abilities (Go) (Gh) Abilities (Gk) Abilities (Gp) (Gt) Narrow Simple reaction Speed of limb Olfactory Static strength ? ? ? time (R1) movement (R3) memory (OM) (P3) Choice reaction Writing speed Multilimb time (R2) (fluency) WS coordination (P6) Semantic Speed of Finger dexterity processing speed articulation (PT) (P2) (R4) Mental Movement time Manual comparison (MT) speed (R7) dexterity (P1) Inspection time Arm-hand (IT) steadiness (P7) General Speed + Control precision (P8) Aiming (A1) Acquired Knowledge + Gross body equilibrium (P4) Motor Functional groupings Sensory-Motor Domain Specific Abilities + Conceptual groupings + = additional CHC abilities in groupings in Part I of model© Institute for Applied Psychometrics (IAP) 2-10-12
  5. 5. (be sure to click on “more” and then “full screen” options to view properly) copy of PPT figures and abstracted definitions can be found at link above)