- 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'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.
- For whom does The Bell Curve toll? Sternberg, Robert J. // Vocational Education Journal;May96, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p62
Presents an excerpt from the author's lecture about intelligence sponsored by the Educational Press Association of America. Definition of intelligence; Assessment of intelligence; Factors affecting intelligence; Citation of the book `The Bell Curve,' by Richard Herrnstein and Charles Murray.
- What's wrong with testing? Fallows, J. // Washington Monthly;May89, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p12
Discusses the premises of meritocracy, the measurement of intelligence, intelligence as the main factor in determining success and the best schools produce the most competent professionals. The difference between competence and ability; America's emphasis on ability; Illustrations in teaching...
- Ideas & findings. Viadero, Debra // Education Week;11/30/94, Vol. 14 Issue 13, p34
Presents updates relating to intelligence and mental processes. Complexities behind the development of children's ability to identify sentence subjects; Enhancement of spatial-reasoning skills through music; Improvement of student performance in restructured high schools.
- Smart, smart, stupid. // Wilson Quarterly;Summer96, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p132
Reviews the article on intelligence titled `What Should We Ask about Intelligence,' by Robert J. Sternberg in the Spring 1996 issue of `The American Scholar.'
- To be intelligent. Abbott, John // Educational Leadership;Mar1997, Vol. 54 Issue 6, p6
Asserts that human beings have demonstrated their ability to extend and ponder their own intelligence. Complex workings of the human brain; Description of how the brain flows; Going with the grain of the brain; Learning what matters; Creation of intelligence; Model of learning that takes...
- Implicit theories of intelligence and self-perceptions of... Ablard, Karen E.; Mills, Carol J. // Journal of Youth & Adolescence;Apr96, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p137
Looks at how academically talented students from third to the eleventh grade, rated their beliefs on the stability of intelligence using a 6 point Likert scale. Categories in which they rated themselves; Importance of implicit views of intelligence; Method employed in the study; Results of the...