Cognition and Intelligence - Identifying the Mechanisms of by Robert J. Sternberg PhD, Jean E. Pretz

By Robert J. Sternberg PhD, Jean E. Pretz

Written by means of recognized specialists, this booklet is set mental learn on intelligence and a number of the elements that impact its improvement. the quantity summarizes and synthesizes the previous 30 years of literature on intelligence. every one writer takes a distinct experimental method of the topic, spanning learn on neuroscience and perceptual pace to analyze on challenge fixing and metacognition.

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