Presenting a philosophical and psychological overview of the history of the concept of intelligence, this controversial text does not aim to supply yet another opinion on, or interpretation of the concept of intelligence, but rather attempts to find out how to approach this concept on a scientific level.
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Chapter 2 What is Intelligence?
Chapter 3 Tests and what they measure
Chapter 4 Regression toward the mean a mysterious force o f nature?
Chapter 5 Entry of the theories
Chapter 6 The hereditarian viewpoint
Chapter 7 Interaction
Chapter 8 Milieu and compensation programs
Chapter 9 Education equality and talent reserves
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