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Intelligence 101

Author: Jonathan A Plucker; Amber Esping
Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, LLC, 2014.
Series: Psych 101 series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book provides a highly accessible introduction to the many facets of human intelligence, with careful presentation of the wide range of theories and perspectives, past and present, regarding this complex subject. Written by a team of renowned scholars, it discusses the long history of the study of intelligence, which in many ways parallels the founding and growth of psychology itself. It will be an ideal text  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan A Plucker; Amber Esping
ISBN: 9780826111258 0826111254
OCLC Number: 255902093
Description: xii, 173 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Why intelligence rocks --
Defining intelligence --
Origins of the study of intelligence : the case of galton --
The best of intentions : what goddard teaches us about the development of intelligence (and the rough and tumble world of science) --
Intelligence or intelligences? --
Nature or nurture? : what the flynn effect tells us about intelligence --
Creativity and giftedness --
Where is the study of intelligence heading? --
Recommended resources --
References.
Series Title: Psych 101 series.
Responsibility: Jonathan A. Plucker, PhD, Amber Esping, PhD.

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Offers an introduction to the topic of human intelligence, addressing the complicated answers to the following questions: is intelligence one general trait or a host of multi-faceted abilities? Are  Read more...

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