This collection illuminates the mysteries of the human mind. The articles cover basic elements of intelligence (attention span, decision making, intuition), specialized learning (athletic ability, the development of artistic skills, musical aptitude), and the physiological, environmental and emotional aspects of intelligence. Explanations and biographies are accessible to all readers.however, showed positive, albeit often modest, g loadings, such as pitch discrimination, perceptual speed, and reaction ... Although Spearman proposed a number of hypotheses concerning the possible physiological basis of g, he did no ... Two perspectives have emerged about how mental speed relates to intelligence.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of human intelligence|
|Author||:||Robert J. Sternberg|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan Reference USA - 1995|