Intelligence: Reconceptualization and Measurement

Intelligence: Reconceptualization and Measurement

Intelligence: Reconceptualization and Measurement

Intelligence: Reconceptualization and Measurement

Synopsis

Papers written on current research projects by twenty-two participants, including Robert Sternberg, Robert Glaser and Andrea di Sessa, who had contributed to a seminar on intelligence in Melbourne in 1988. Topics include discussions of theory and aspects of intelligence, the impact of information technologies, problems of high IQ, neurology, and a concluding chapter by Australian Kevin Harris with a materialist interpretation of the purposes of schools that assumes a need for more and continually deskilled labor that is productive of surplus value.
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