Published August 27, 2007
by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
Goleman offers his definition of Emotional Intelligence as a ‘set of skills’ rather than a personality trait. The EI skillset, he argues, encompasses self-motivation, social abilities, empathy, and impulse control, among others. It is written predominantly from an . ‘This book is a gold mine of pointers to interesting work, much of which was new to me. All of us who wrestle with the extraordinarily difficult questions about intelligence that Flynn discusses are in his debt.’ ‘Flynn explores one of the most intriguing findings Cited by: Human intelligence, mental quality that consists of the abilities to learn from experience, adapt to new situations, understand and handle abstract concepts, and use knowledge to manipulate one ’s environment. Reading a road map upside-down, excelling at chess, and generating synonyms for "brilliant" may seem like three different skills. But each is thought to be a measurable indicator of general intelligence, a construct that includes problem-solving ability, spatial manipulation, and language g: book.
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The second outlines how we might get a complete theory of intelligence, and the third details Flynn's reservations about Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences. A fascinating book that bridges the gulf separating our minds from those of our ancestors a century ago, and makes an important contribution to our understanding of human intelligence/5(3). “Intelligence is part of the internal environment that shows through at the interface between person and external environment as a function of cognitive task demands.”. In their book on intelligence, professors Resing and Drenth ()* answer the question 'What is intelligence?' using the following definition: "The whole of cognitive or intellectual abilities required to obtain knowledge, and to use that knowledge in a good way to solve problems that have a well described goal and structure.". What is intelligence has no conclusion. Probably, you would be disappointed in this book if you wanted to get an answer. The author takes you into a labyrinth of his thoughts. It starts with evidence, but ends idealist's human equality remarks. The author's style is quite illogical, jump around the related, sometimes unrelated topics/5(24).