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nature of intelligence and the principles of cognition.
Charles Edward Spearman
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The six principles described in the present chapter are proposed as an appropriate framework for that study. It presumes that the persistent application of the principles should enable cognitive and psychological science to repay the many loans of intelligence thus far accrued. These controversies over the nature of intelligence were seen in the book The Bell Curve (Hernstein and Murray, ). These authors basically argue that minorities are intellectually inferior to Caucasians due to genetic differences. Their argument rests on four assumptions: • Intelligence must be expressed as a single number (such as IQ).File Size: KB.
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Tlhe Nature of Intelligence and the Principles of Cognition. By C. SPEARMAN. Macmillan & Co., London, Pp. viii + 15s. net.-AFTER a period in which the psychology of instinct, sentiment and desire has been predominant one gives a peculiar welcome to a-volume reverting to earlier fashions and dealing with cognition.
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SPEARMAN, The Nature of 'Intelligence' and the Principles of Cogni- tion, The author of this volume is the well-known psychologist of the Uni- versity of London whose work in the field of mental measurements has led.
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The nature of "intelligence" and the principles of cognition. Most cognitive psychology texts are organized around empirical findings on standard substantive topics such as perception, memory, vision, and language. This book is the first to introduce the study of cognition in terms of the major conceptual themes that underlie virtually all the substantive topics.
THEORIES OF INTELLIGENCE There are different theories about intelligence, none of which agreee with each other. Every approach to thinking comes up with it’s own different perspective and assumptions, often contradicting at least one earlier theory.
Faculty theory: It is the oldest theory regarding the nature of intelligence and flourished. On Intelligence. New York: Owl Books. Jeff Hawkins and Sandra Blakeslee provide an accessible, enjoyable account of material alluded to in section Written for a general audience, this book beautifully captures principles of cortical information processing, offering a unified theory of cortex and a recipe for building intelligent machines.Nature of "intelligence" and the principles of cognition.
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