Macroevolution and Microcreationism
- PERCEIVED INTELLIGENCE IN MARRIED PARTNERS. Bailey, Roger C.; Mettetal, Gwynn W. // Social Behavior & Personality: An International Journal;1977, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p137
Twenty married couples were administered the Self-rating Scale of Intelligence and the Otis intelligence test. The SRSI provided subjects with the opportunity to make intelligent attributions for self, spouse, ideal spouse as well as to provide the expected rating of self by the spouse. For...
- Differential Effect of Features of Autism on IQs Reported Using Wechsler Scales. Carothers, Douglas E.; Taylor, Ronald L. // Focus on Autism & Other Developmental Disabilities;Mar2013, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p54
Many children with autistic disorder, or autism, are described as having low intelligence quotients. These descriptions are partially based on use of various editions of the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC), the most widely used intelligence test for children with autism. An...
- Some thoughts on God and his creatures. Heiser, John // Homiletic & Pastoral Review;Feb2011, Vol. 111 Issue 5, p52
The article offers the author's insights regarding God and his creation. The author mentions that God created the universe in order for the human beings to enjoy the divine goodness in a way he enjoys it. The author states that God is a father but not like his father and he is love but not the...
- ARTISTIC INNOVATION. Steinkraus, Warren E. // British Journal of Aesthetics;Summer82, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p257
The article discusses the different types of artistic innovation. A primary type of innovation is found in the exploitation of new techniques or new materials which present themselves within an evolving art form. The second type involves the use of incidental novelties that prompts innovation by...
- Session III: Lecture & Panel Discussion. Talking About Fakes: The War Between Aesthetic and Extra-Aesthetic Considerations. Gurstein, Rochelle // Salmagundi;Summer/Fall2003, Issue 139/140, p152
This article focuses on the war between aesthetic and extra-Aesthetic considerations. Artists and art lovers had thought and written about art but Enlightenment thinkers were the first to ponder the nature of beauty and taste, just as they were the first to speak of genius and originality in...
- The seven frames of mind. // Psychology Today;Jun84, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p20
An interview with Howard Gardner who, in his controversial theory of multiple intelligences, challenges current definitions and measurements of human potential. His work on children's cognition and on the results of brain disease suggested to him that humans are capable of a set of different...
- What if? Nichols, Rodney W. // Sciences;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p6
Presents information on human inventiveness and curiosity. Information on what is meant as human ingenuity; Reference to the Intel Corporation.
- What's your professional IQ? Friedheim, Eric; Sherman, Norman // Travel Agent;6/10/96, Vol. 281 Issue 3, p103
Presents a quiz about professional intellectual quotient.
- Still smarting. Sternberg, Robert // Teacher Magazine;Jan97, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p40
Opinion. Narrates a psychologist's personal experience of being branded as having a low intelligence quotient (IQ) and his resulting study of intelligence. Focus of the education system on memorization; Three aspects of intelligence.