Welford, therefore, emphasizes both time, stress, and speed of integrating infor- mation in measures of learning. In his experiments, however, although time, Volume 4 Number 2 AGING AND INTELLIGENCE 139 errors, and trials are increased as a function of the age of the subjects tested, basically the subjects could and did learn.Cited by: 3. "Reaction to Presentations: A Panel of Adult Education Professors" (Huey Long et al.) offers comments in an attempt to give focus to further discussions of intelligence and learning strategies. "Real Life vs. Academic Problem Solving" (Robert Sternberg) discusses the difference between everyday problems and academic or test-taking problems.Cited by: 2.
May 08, 2013 · Adult Learners' Traits. Self-direction Adults feel the need to take responsibility for their lives and decisions and this is why it’s important for them to have control over their learning.Therefore, self-assessment, a peer relationship with the instructor, multiple options and initial, yet subtle support are all Author: Christopher Pappas. It's important to take into account characteristics that affect adult learning. You must consider how age impacts cognitive retention that may assist or hinder learning. In this article, we discuss the characteristics of adult learners, different learning styles and effects of age on cognitive abilities.Author: Gini Beqiri.
Intelligence, Creativity, & Wisdom in Older Adults - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives. Older adults are often thought of as having wisdom, but how is that measured? Mar 18, 2015 · It's not all downhill once you hit your 20s — at least as far as some markers of intelligence are concerned. WAIS = Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale. Health Neuroscience Brain Aging Author: Erin Brodwin.