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Chapter 8 - Theories of Intelligence Discussion

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The purpose of this discussion is for you to demonstrate your understanding of the material. Approach your response as though it is a mini essay with complete sentences, distinct paragraphs, and correct spelling and punctuation. Grammar and spelling matter. Online courses demand the same standard of academic communication and use of grammar as face-to-face courses.

Using a minimum of 300 words:

  1. Describe the difference between Gardner's and Sternberg's theories of intelligence.
  2. In your opinion, which of these two theories does the best job of defining intelligence?

In addition, you are expected to provide a supportive and/or reflective comment to the post of one classmate. In order to receive the maximum possible 10 points, you must accurately and thoroughly answer each part of the discussion prompt using at least 300 words (including the prompt in your response is not included in the word count) and comment on the post of one of your classmates.

Key Points for Chapter 8

Key Points for Chapter 8:

  • Mental image
  • Mental set
  • Functional Fixedness
  • Creativity
  • Language acquisition device
  • Intelligence (fluid, crystalized, theory of multiple intelligences, measuring intelligence)
  • Intelligence controversy, including stereotype threat

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Chapter 8 - Theories of Intelligence Discussion.
In this context I have explained the difference between Gardner’s and Sternberg’s theories of
intelligence. Robert Sternberg theory includes the three forms of intelligence which are analytical,
practical and creative. Sternberg in his work explored the theory that he came to name it as the
Theory of Successful intelligence. His theory is different because the first phase entails va...

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