Rethinking Intelligence: Conceptualising Human Competence in Cultural Context
Concept Publishing Company, 2007 - Intelligence tests - 258 pages
This volume critically explores the domains of human intelligence in various traditions, including the Western scholarship, and constructively orients the study of intelligence in relation to culture and environmental context.
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Classical Conceptualisation of Intelligence
Contemporary Approaches towards Understanding
Multiplicity in Intelligence
Culture and Intelligence
Legal Challenges to the New Concepts of Intelligence
Relationship of Intelligence with Other Variables
Relationship Between Self and Its Activity
Characterizing the Wise
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