The Genevan and Cattell-Horn Conceptions of Intelligence Compared: Early Implementation of Numerical Solution Aids

@article{Schonfeld1986TheGA,
  title={The Genevan and Cattell-Horn Conceptions of Intelligence Compared: Early Implementation of Numerical Solution Aids},
  author={Irvin Sam Schonfeld},
  journal={Developmental Psychology},
  year={1986},
  volume={22},
  pages={204-212}
}
  • I. Schonfeld
  • Published 1 March 1986
  • Education
  • Developmental Psychology
The Genevan and Cattell-Horn theories of intelligence are compared. The theories are found to be similar in the following respects: Intelligence (operative intelligence and fluid ability) is conceptualized as adaptational in function; the products of everyday learning and crystallized skills reflect the impress of experience; one category of intelligence (operative intelligence, fluid ability) is conceptualized as prior or more fundamental than the other (learned products, crystallized skills… 
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