Is education still the universal solvent?: Why personality traits, intelligence and social context complicate our understanding of the role of education for good democratic citizenship

@inproceedings{Rasmussen2014IsES,
  title={Is education still the universal solvent?: Why personality traits, intelligence and social context complicate our understanding of the role of education for good democratic citizenship},
  author={Stig Hebbelstrup Rye Rasmussen},
  year={2014}
}
ly, comprehend complex ideas, learn quickly and learn from experience.” Intelligence is clearly a cognitive construct. Although both personality traits and intelligence are, to some extent, both cognitive constructs, there are also important differences between them. Intelligence has primarily been used as a measure of cognitive abilities (Jensen 1998), and is usually related to maximal performance (Cronbach 1949), whereas personality traits have traditionally been used as measures of cognitive… CONTINUE READING

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