Intelligence and culture: how culture shapes what intelligence means, and the implications for a science of well-being.

Abstract

This paper discusses the relationship between culture and intelligence. The main message of the paper is that intelligence cannot fully or even meaningfully be understood outside its cultural context. Behaviour that is considered intelligent in one culture may be considered unintelligent in another culture, and vice versa. Moreover, people in different… (More)
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