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Intelligence Theory - Short Answer

Brief account of what intelligence theory offers, the IQ, Nature-Nurture debate, multiple intelligences and concise comparison of Howard Gardner and Sternberg's Theories of Intelligence.

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Intelligence refers to the ability to learn from experience and think in abstract terms, as well as deal effectively with one's environment. According to the earlier theories about Intelligence, there is a G or general factor of intelligence which everyone is assumed to have. Later theories of intelligence propose S or specific intelligences and then the multiple intelligence theory emerged. Emotional intelligence is recently identified type of intelligence which has to do with an individual's ability to deal with her / his emotions dealing with one's social interactions, in an intelligent manner. The emotional intelligence research ...

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Brief account of what intelligence theory offers, the IQ, Nature-Nurture debate, multiple intelligences and concise comparison of Howard Gardner and Sternberg's Theories of Intelligence.

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