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A triangular theory of love.
This article presents a triangular theory of love. According to the theory, love has three components: (a) intimacy, which encompasses the feelings of closeness, connectedness, and bondedness oneExpand
Beyond IQ: A Triarchic Theory of Human Intelligence
Preface Part I. Introduction: 1. Conceptions of intelligence Part II. The Triarchic Theory: subtheories: 2. The context of intelligence 3. Experience and intelligence 4. Components of intelligenceExpand
The concept of creativity: Prospects and paradigms.
If one wanted to select the best novelist, artist, entrepreneur, or even chief executive officer, one would most likely want someone who is creative. Indeed, today many CEOs are selected not forExpand
Intelligence: Knowns and unknowns.
Ulric Neisser (Chair) Gwyneth Boodoo Thomas J. Bouchard, Jr. A. Wade Boykin Nathan Brody Stephen J. Ceci Diane E Halpern John C. Loehlin Robert Perloff Robert J. Sternberg Susana Urbina EmoryExpand
RETRACTED ARTICLE: The Nature of Creativity
Like E. Paul Torrance, my colleagues and I have tried to understand the nature of creativity, to assess it, and to improve instruction by teaching for creativity as well as teaching students to thinkExpand
A Balance Theory of Wisdom
The author presents a balance theory of wisdom. First, some alternative approaches to wisdom are reviewed, including philosophical, implicit theoretical, and explicit theoretical ones. Second, theExpand
Construct validation of a triangular love scale
This article presents a construct validation of a love scale based upon a triangular theory of love. The article opens with a review of some of the major theories of love, and with a discussion ofExpand
Implicit theories of intelligence. creativity, and wisdom
A prestudy and four experiments were conducted in order to understand the nature and use of people's implicit theories of intelligence, creativity, and wisdom. In the prestudy, a brief questionnaireExpand
The Theory of Successful Intelligence
This article describes the theory of successful intelligence and how it can be applied to gifted education. The article opens with an introduction to the issue of abilities in gifted education. ItExpand