The Nature of 'Intelligence' and the Principles of Cognition

The Nature of 'Intelligence' and the Principles of Cognition

The Nature of 'Intelligence' and the Principles of Cognition

The Nature of 'Intelligence' and the Principles of Cognition

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Nearly two decades ago a series of researches was initiated by me for the purpose of investigating what is commonly called "Intelligence." But the method employed was of an objective sort. That is to say, instead of the mental processes being directly analyzed, clues to their constitution were sought in certain statistical properties believed to be displayed by their intercorrelations.

Such an omission of all, or nearly all, subjective analysis has since frequently incurred reproach. But these researches had, in fact, been but a portion of a much more extensive study. The other portions had only been deferred in order to be executed with the greater thoroughness. They are . . .

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