Intelligence: Multiple Perspectives
A supplemental text for courses in cognition, educational psychology, and general psychology, this text brings together all major intelligence perspectives and provides coverage of new theories. Written in an engaging style, Intelligence uses examples from history and contemporary life and provides frequent summaries. Features: * Provides a broad definition of intelligence by bringing together all the major perspectives. * Includes full descriptions of new theories of intelligence proposed by Michael Anderson, Stephen Ceci, Howard Gardner and Robert Sternberg. * Additional coverage of intelligence concerning the workplace, schooling and multi- and crosscultural perspectives.
Gardner, Howard; Kornhaber, Mindy L.; and Wake, Warren K., "Intelligence: Multiple Perspectives" (1995). Centers for Teaching and Technology - Book Library. 45.