Intelligence (1979) examines the many complex issues which concern this aspect of learning and development. It is intended as a primer and introduction not only to the concept of intelligence itself but also to the technical and to the educational aspects of the subject. It brings together and critically discusses various views of intelligence, including the psychometric, the developmental and the behavioural.

chapter Chapter 1|19 pages

What is intelligence?

chapter Chapter 2|28 pages

Can intelligence be measured?

chapter Chapter 3|20 pages

What affects intelligence?

chapter Chapter 4|19 pages

The development of intelligence

chapter Chapter 5|18 pages

Intelligence and learning