Handbook of Intelligence / Edition 1by Robert J. Sternberg
Pub. Date: 04/28/2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Not since the landmark publication of Handbook of Human Intelligence in 1982 has the field of intelligence been more alive than it is today. Spurred by the new developments in a rapidly expanding field, Robert Sternberg has brought together a stellar list of contributors to provide a comprehensive, broad and deeply thematic review of intelligence that will be
Not since the landmark publication of Handbook of Human Intelligence in 1982 has the field of intelligence been more alive than it is today. Spurred by the new developments in a rapidly expanding field, Robert Sternberg has brought together a stellar list of contributors to provide a comprehensive, broad and deeply thematic review of intelligence that will be accessible to both scholar and student. Handbook of Intelligence is greatly expanded to cover areas such as animal and artificial intelligence, as well as human intelligence, fully reflecting important theoretical progress made since the early 1980s.
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Table of Contents
Preface; Contributors; Part I. The Nature of Intelligence and it Measurement: 1. The concept of intelligence Robert J. Sternberg; 2. History of theories of measurements of intelligence Nathan Brody; 3. Contemporary models of intelligence Janet E. Davidson and C. L. Downing; Part II. Development of Intelligence: 4. Heritability and intelligence Elena L. Grigorenko; 5. Intellectual development in childhood Zhe Chen and Robert S. Siegler; 6. Intellectual development in adulthood Cynthia A. Berg; Part III. Group Analyses of Intelligence: 7. Intelligence and mental retardation Douglas K. Detterman, Lynne Gabriel and Joanne Ruthsatz; 8. Intelligence and giftedness Carolyn Callahan; 9. Group difference in intelligence John Loehlin; Part IV. Biology of Intelligence: 10. Animal intelligence Thomas Zentall; 11. The evolution of intelligence Harry Jerison; 12. The neuropsychology and psychophysiology of intelligence Philip Vernon, John Wickett, P. Gordon Bazana and Robert Stelmack; Part V. Intelligence and Information Processing: 13. Simple information processing and intelligence Ian Deary; 14. Complex information processing and intelligence David Lohman; 15. Artificial intelligence Roger Schank and Brendon Towle; Part VI. Kinds of Intelligence: 16. Social intelligence John Kihlstrom and Nancy Cantor; 17. Practical intelligence Richard K. Wagner; 18. Emotional intelligence John Mayer, Peter Salovey and David Caruso; Part VII. Testing and Teaching Intelligence: 19. Psychometric approaches to the understanding and measurement of intelligence Susan Embretson and Karen McCollam; 20. Tests of intelligence Alan Kaufman; 21. Interpretation of intelligence test scores Mark Daniel; Part VIII. Intelligence, Society, and Culture: 22. Teaching of intelligence Tina Grotzer and David Perkins; 23. Intelligence and education Richard Mayer; 24. Intelligence and public policy Craig Ramey; 25. Intelligence and culture Robert Serpell; Part IX. Intelligence in Relation to Allied Constructs: 26. Intelligence and personality Moshe Zeidner and Gerald Matthews; 27. Intelligence and creativity Robert J. Sternberg and Linda O'Hara; 28. Intelligence and wisdom Robert J. Sternberg; Author index; Subject index.
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