Models of Intelligence: International Perspectives
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This one-of-a kind volume brings together leading scholars in intelligence research to present timely and forward-thinking perspectives. Each contributor builds upon past studies of intelligence and explores new ideas that differ radically from traditional notions about intelligence. Contributors also examine how intelligence changes over the lifespan, focusing on such issues as the importance of environmental context in determining intelligence and the importance of understanding how intelligence relates to other constructs like emotion and temperament.
The roster of contributors includes distinguished scholars from a variety of orientations, including biology, cognition, development, personality, and artificial intelligence. This book will serve as a provocative resource for all readers interested in the concept of intelligence.