Successful Intelligence: How Practical and Creative Intelligence Determine Success in Life
Award-winning professor Robert J. Sternberg offers a new definition of intelligence which includes the willingness to take risks and overcome obstacles. His definition predicts how students will fare in problem-solving in both their personal and professional lives. With the keys on how to achieve life's more important goals, "Successful Intelligence" will change the way we regard aptitude and intelligence.
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Beyond IQ to Successful Intelligence
What IQ Tells Us
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