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Understanding Intelligence - Page 6
by Christian Scheier, Rolf Pfeifer - 2001 - 700 pages
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Beyond IQ: A Triarchic Theory of Human Intelligence

Robert J. Sternberg - Medical - 1985 - 411 pages
...situations in life (R. Pintner); 5. The capacity for knowledge and knowledge possessed (VAC Henmon); 6. A biological mechanism by which the effects of a complexity...somewhat unified effect in behavior (J. Peterson); 7. The capacity to inhibit an instinctive adjustment, the capacity to redefine the inhibited instinctive...
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Metaphors of Mind: Conceptions of the Nature of Intelligence

Robert J. Sternberg - Psychology - 1990 - 344 pages
...situations in life (R. Pintner); 6. the capacity for knowledge and knowledge possessed (BAC Henmon); 7. a biological mechanism by which the effects of a complexity...somewhat unified effect in behavior (J. Peterson); 8. the capacity to inhibit an instinctive adjustment, the capacity to redefine the inhibited instinctive...
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Handbook of Intelligence

Robert J. Sternberg - Computers - 2000 - 677 pages
...situations in life (R. Pintner); 6. The capacity for knowledge and knowledge possessed (BAC Henmon); 7. A biological mechanism by which the effects of a complexity...somewhat unified effect in behavior (J. Peterson); 8. The capacity to inhibit an instinctive adjustment, the capacity to redefine the inhibited instinctive...
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Wisdom, Intelligence, and Creativity Synthesized

Robert J. Sternberg - Psychology - 2003
...situations in life (R. Pintner) 6. the capacity for knowledge and knowledge possessed (BAC Henmon) 7. a biological mechanism by which the effects of a complexity...somewhat unified effect in behavior (J. Peterson) 8. the capacity to inhibit an instinctive adjustment, the capacity to redefine the inhibited instinctive...
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The Nature of Reasoning

Robert J. Sternberg, Jacqueline P. Leighton - Psychology - 2004 - 470 pages
...situations in life (R. Pintner) 6. The capacity for knowledge and knowledge possessed (BAC Henmon) 7. A biological mechanism by which the effects of a complexity...somewhat unified effect in behavior (J. Peterson) 8. The capacity to inhibit an instinctive adjustment, the capacity to redefine the inhibited instinctive...
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Handbook of Bioinspired Algorithms and Applications

Stephan Olariu, Albert Y. Zomaya - Computers - 2005 - 704 pages
...environment. The ability to adapt oneself adequately to relatively new situations in life. A biological mechanism by which the effects of a complexity...together and given a somewhat unified effect in behavior. The capacity to acquire capacity. The capacity to learn or profit by experience. They point...
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