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" from the raw products of sensation and memory. The essential difference, therefore, is in the capacity to form concepts to relate in diverse ways, and to grasp their significance. An individual is intelligent in proportion as he is able to carry on abstract... "
Journal of Educational Psychology - Page 130
1921
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Fundamentals of Educational Measurement with the Elements of Statistical Method

Chester Arthur Gregory - Education - 1922 - 382 pages
...distill meanings from the raw products of sensation and memory. The essential difference, therefore, k in the capacity to form concepts to relate in diverse...proportion as he is able to carry on abstract thinking. In answer to the retort that some may make that he is simply singling out a particular mental trait...
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The Evolution of Deficit Thinking: Educational Thought and Practice

Richard R. Valencia - Education - 1997 - 270 pages
...defined as] the power of good responses from the point of view of truth or fact... ‘(p. 124); Terman, ‘An individual is intelligent in proportion as he is able to carry on abstract thinking' (p. 128); Colvin, ‘An individual possesses intelligence insofar as he has learned, or can learn to...
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Handbook of Psychology, Assessment Psychology

John R. Graham, Jack A. Naglieri - Psychology - 2003 - 630 pages
...symposium on intelligence, he asserted that the important intellectual differences among people are "in the capacity to form concepts to relate in diverse...proportion as he is able to carry on abstract thinking.... Many criticisms of the current methods of testing intelligence rest plainly on a psychology which fails...
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Emotional Intelligence: Key Readings on the Mayer and Salovey Model

Peter Salovey, Marc A. Brackett, John D. Mayer - Psychology - 2004 - 329 pages
...operations. The mental ability model was represented in pure form by Terman (1921, p. 128), who stated that, "An individual is intelligent in proportion as he is able to carry on abstract thinking." In fact, symposia on intelligence over the years repeatedly conclude that the first hallmark of intelligence...
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Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification

Christopher Peterson, Martin E. P. Seligman - Psychology - 2004 - 800 pages
...of good responses from the point of view of truth or fact” (p. iz┐); LM Temman's statement that “an individual is intelligent in proportion as he is able to carry on abstract reasoning” (p. 128); and LL Thurstone's more complex formulations (p. 204). Others, such as SL Pressey,...
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Elements Of Educational Psychology

Bhatia, H. R. - 1973 - 558 pages
...ability to make adjustments for the attainment of a goal .and the power of self-Criticism. Terman says, ' An individual is intelligent in proportion as he is able to carry on abstract thinking.' Stem thought of intelligence as ' a general adaptability to new problems and conditions of life.' Thorndike...
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