The purpose of this book is to present a broader view of intelligence than simply that which is defined by performance in intelligence tests, and to document the importance of intelligence not only in schools but in everyday life, including both job-related and domestic settings. Practical Intelligence brings together 15 chapters by distinguished experts in the field. It includes four main parts, plus introductory and concluding chapters. The first part deals with intelligence as it operates in job-related settings. The second part deals with intelligence as it operates in other, everyday settings. The third part deals with the development of practical intelligence over the lifespan. The fourth part deals with the relations between practical intelligence, on the one hand, and culture and society, on the other. The chapters represent a diversity of theoretical and methodological perspectives. Together, they offer a comprehensive overview of the current state of thinking about practical intelligence.Nut li Um hersta#39;s heat iMm Um m a Mlf-iagt;llalt;, fnt-orghths ... It denotes that the horse raced an the outside at tsait one quart rr of a mile In seme rnslances these fknsres erena#39;t appear bscasne the track at ... JOSa#39; 2:04a#39; 2:05 2:051 toll 2441 2011 2041 2:01a#39; 2:04 2:031 IZi 204 Track F rent mac Dewnl, Can. tarden City, Can. ... Mahaok Raceirew, Cm. Figure 1 Instruction page from a typical racing program. quickly became apparent, however, that this would not be a satisfactory approach . Firstanbsp;...
|Author||:||Robert J. Sternberg, Richard K. Wagner|
|Publisher||:||CUP Archive - 1986-08-29|