The Resource Readings in human intelligence:, edited by H. J. Butcher and D. E. Lomax

Readings in human intelligence:, edited by H. J. Butcher and D. E. Lomax

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Readings in human intelligence:
Title
Readings in human intelligence:
Statement of responsibility
edited by H. J. Butcher and D. E. Lomax
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Butcher, Harold John
Dewey number
153/.08
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
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LC call number
BF431
LC item number
.B873 1972
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
PerformerNote
ISBN 0 416 60260 6 Pbk: £1.50
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Lomax, D. E.
Series statement
Methuen's manuals of modern psychology
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  • Intellect
  • Intelligence
  • Intelligentie
  • Intelligence
  • Créativité
  • Aufsatzsammlung
  • Intelligenz
  • Psychologie
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Readings in human intelligence:, edited by H. J. Butcher and D. E. Lomax
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Publication
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"Distributed in the U.S.A. by Harper & Row."
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [386]-428
Contents
  • Spearman, C.E. "General intelligence" objectively determined and measured.--Eysenck, H.J. Intelligence assessment: a theoretical and experimental approach.--McNemar, Q. Lost: our intelligence? Why?--Burt, C. Why does the psychologist need factors?--Humphreys, L.G. The organization of human abilities.--Horn, J.L. Organization of abilities and the development of intelligence.--Jensen, A.R. Individual differences in concept learning.--Zeaman, D. and House, B.J. The relation of IQ and learning.--Wallach, M. and Kogan, N. A new look at the creativity-intelligence distinction.--Guilford, J.P. The nature of problem solving and creative production.--Cattell, R.B. and Butcher, H.J. The prediction, selection, and cultivation of creativity.--Broadbent, D.E. The well-ordered mind.--Minsky, M. Artificaial intelligence
  • Burt, C. The genetic determination of differences in intelligence: a study of monozygotic twins reared together and apart.--Stott, D. H. Interaction of heredity and environment in regard to "measured intelligence".--Bajema, C. J. Estimation of the direction and intensity of natural selection in relation to human intelligence by means of the intrinsic rate of natural increase.--Bayley, N. Behavioural correlates of mental growth: birth to 36 years.--Hunt, J. M. Some implications of Piaget's observations and theoretical conceptions.--Warburton, F. W., Fitzpatrick, T. F., Ward, J., and Ritchie, M. Some problems in the construction of individual intelligence tests.--Hunt, J. M. Environment, development, and scholastic achievement.--Vernon, P. E. Intelligence and cultural environment.--Wiseman, S. Environmental and innate factors and educational attainment
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 438 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036822903
Label
Readings in human intelligence:, edited by H. J. Butcher and D. E. Lomax
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Publication
Note
"Distributed in the U.S.A. by Harper & Row."
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [386]-428
Contents
  • Spearman, C.E. "General intelligence" objectively determined and measured.--Eysenck, H.J. Intelligence assessment: a theoretical and experimental approach.--McNemar, Q. Lost: our intelligence? Why?--Burt, C. Why does the psychologist need factors?--Humphreys, L.G. The organization of human abilities.--Horn, J.L. Organization of abilities and the development of intelligence.--Jensen, A.R. Individual differences in concept learning.--Zeaman, D. and House, B.J. The relation of IQ and learning.--Wallach, M. and Kogan, N. A new look at the creativity-intelligence distinction.--Guilford, J.P. The nature of problem solving and creative production.--Cattell, R.B. and Butcher, H.J. The prediction, selection, and cultivation of creativity.--Broadbent, D.E. The well-ordered mind.--Minsky, M. Artificaial intelligence
  • Burt, C. The genetic determination of differences in intelligence: a study of monozygotic twins reared together and apart.--Stott, D. H. Interaction of heredity and environment in regard to "measured intelligence".--Bajema, C. J. Estimation of the direction and intensity of natural selection in relation to human intelligence by means of the intrinsic rate of natural increase.--Bayley, N. Behavioural correlates of mental growth: birth to 36 years.--Hunt, J. M. Some implications of Piaget's observations and theoretical conceptions.--Warburton, F. W., Fitzpatrick, T. F., Ward, J., and Ritchie, M. Some problems in the construction of individual intelligence tests.--Hunt, J. M. Environment, development, and scholastic achievement.--Vernon, P. E. Intelligence and cultural environment.--Wiseman, S. Environmental and innate factors and educational attainment
Extent
1 online resource (viii, 438 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036822903

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