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Intelligence: The ability to benefit from experiences and thereby modify future behaviors to accomplish new tasks successfully. by Mind Map: Intelligence:              The ability to benefit from experiences and thereby modify future behaviors to accomplish new tasks successfully.
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Intelligence: The ability to benefit from experiences and thereby modify future behaviors to accomplish new tasks successfully.

Theoretical Perspectives

Spearman's g theory

Cattell's theory

Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory

Sternberg's Triarchic Theory

Questions

How can educators teach to a wide number of intelligences in a classroom?

Can parents help promote a specific type of intelligence in their child?

How can we promote and expand a child's intelligence?

How children acquire knowledge

Hereditary Influences

Environmental Influences

Parenting

Components

Adaptive: It can be used flexibly to respond to a variety of situations and problems.

Learning ability: People who are intelligent in particular domains learn new information and behaviors more quickly and easily than people who are less intelligent in those domains.

Prior Knowledge: Analyze and understand new situations effectively.

Complex interaction and coordination of many different mental processes.

Culture-Specific: What is "intelligent" behavior in one culture is not necessarily intelligent behavior in another culture.