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Theories of Intelligence

  title={Theories of Intelligence},
  author={Hern Raj Pal and Akash Pal and Parastou Tourani},
o be labeled as being ‘‘intelligent’’ imparts positive feelings, encourages self esteem and a sense of worth. Yet, what is intelligent and smart? This has been the focus of theories, definitions and philosophies dating as far back as Plato (428 BC); yet most presumably, dating prior to this historical figure, might be due to the fact that humankind is himself intelligent. One way to seek understanding of intelligence is simply to define what it is. Sternberg (1986) purports two principal… 
Toward a Philosophical Definition of Intelligence
  • G. Pili
  • Philosophy
    The International Journal of Intelligence, Security, and Public Affairs
  • 2019
ABSTRACT What is intelligence? A short question, which is difficult to answer. In fact, there is no general agreement on the definition of intelligence. A good philosophical analysis starts with
An Outline of a Clausewitzian Theory of Intelligence
  • Ralf Lillbacka
  • Political Science
    International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence
  • 2019
As the academic discipline Intelligence Studies expands, and the scope pertaining to intelligence becomes ever more diversified due to threats facing modern society, ranging from hostile states to
Developing intelligence theory
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Intelligence in cyberspace: the road to cyber singularity
An extensive survey of the past research works related to the field is performed and the concepts of set theory are used to reinforce the possibility of Cyber Singularity in the coming years.
Understanding Intelligence Studies
This paper contributes to the understanding of varieties of concept of intelligence and its application in broad academic and non-academic fields. This paper is an attempt to show that human’s
Evaluating intelligence theories: current state of play
Abstract This article evaluates the current state of play regarding the growing number of references to intelligence theory in the intelligence studies literature, with preliminary observations as
‘Quo Vadis?’ A comparatist meets a theorist searching for a grand theory of intelligence
Abstract Theorists have invoked comparative intelligence studies as an arena for testing a ‘grand theory of intelligence.’ Current grand theories of intelligence fall down against comparative
Collective Discussion: Toward Critical Approaches to Intelligence as a Social Phenomenon
This collective discussion proposes a novel understanding of intelligence as a social phenomenon, taking place in a social space that increasingly involves actors and professional fields not
Intelligence Measurement: Recommendations for a Research based Strategy in Employment Testing
The concept of intelligence has long been a point of great interest for researchers and practitioners asa predictor of work performance and other achievements. Simonton (2006) found that individual
Problem Solving VS. Problem Formulating: Educational Implications of the Trinity Paradigm of Intelligence
The body of literature on human intelligence includes studies that stimulate human thinking and shed light on who we are as living entities and how we survive in complex situations. However, these


The Measurement of Intelligence
For the last four years Thorndike has so devoted himself to the investigation, that a special grant was assigned to it by the Carnegie Corporation; and his entire staff has been collaborating with him.
The nature of human intelligence.
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Educational Psychology
THIS volume embodies the results of investigations in which Prof. Thorndike has interested himself and his pupils for some time past, applying the methods of experimental psychology to educational
Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
* Introduction to the Tenth Anniversary Edition Background * The Idea of Multiple Intelligences * Intelligence: Earlier Views * Biological Foundations of Intelligence * What Is an Intelligence? The
General Intelligence, Objectively Determined and Measured.
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Hilgard's Introduction to Psychology
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Measurement and Evaluation in Psychology and Education
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Advanced educational psychology
Course Description: This course is an advanced survey of the historical and contemporary uses of psychology within the Education profession and how an understanding of Educational psychology can
On Intelligence
Advanced Educational Psychology
  • New Delhi : Vikas Publishing House PVT, Ltd,
  • 1998