Correct Answer - Option 1 : Intelligence
The g factor is related to General intelligence.
It is also known as the 'g' factor which refers to the existence of a broad mental capacity that can influences performance on cognitive ability measures.
- Charles Spearman first described the existence of general intelligence in 1904.
- General intelligence could predict the level of specific abilities
According to Spearman, the 'g' factor was responsible for overall performance on a mental ability test.
The 'g' factor is a construct developed in psychometric investigations of cognitive abilities and human intelligence.
Components of General Intelligence are-
- Working memory
- Visual-spatial processing
- Fluid reasoning
- Quantitative reasoning
Remembering: it is a conscious and vivid recollection of previous information or prior event
Writing: it is an example of verbal communication using words, sentences, and sometimes symbols.
Motor activity: it is based on the use of motor muscles and the movement quality and quantity that both influence and are influenced by states of arousal.