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Future bright : a transforming vision of human intelligence

著者: Michael E Martinez
出版商: New York : Oxford University Press, [2013]
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Ever since Alfred Binet invented the first IQ test more than a century ago, we have thought of intelligence as fixed from birth and unalterable--as genetically programmed and immutable as eye color. If our IQ was 115 at the age of eighteen, it would be 115 at age thirty-two and at age seventy-two. But as Michael Martinez reveals in Future Bright, human intelligence is not at all a static quality. Drawing on
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ISBN: 9780199781843 0199781842
OCLC号码: 818865916
描述: xiv, 303 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
内容: Foreword --
Introduction --
The sine qua non of success --
What is intelligence? --
Varieties of intelligence --
Brain and mind --
The nature-nurture dilemma --
How experience cultivates intelligence --
The superstructure of effectiveness --
Ten strategies to enhance intelligence.
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Future Bright introduces a radical view of human intelligence: it is not a fixed trait, present at birth, but modifiable through experience. Intelligence can be learned. This vision of human  再读一些...

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