Handbook of Intelligence

Editors: Goldstein, Sam, Princiotta, Dana and Naglieri, Jack A.
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media

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ISBN: 978-1-4939-1562-0
Category: Psychology
Image Count: 42
Book Status: Available
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The Handbook of Intelligence addresses a broad range of issues relating to our cognitive and linguistic past. The Handbook of Intelligence is an essential resource for researchers, graduate students, clinicians, and professionals in developmental psychology; assessment, testing and evaluation; language philosophy; personality and social psychology; sociology; and developmental biology.

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Table of Contents

  • Part I Introduction
  • 1. The Evolution of Intelligence
  • Part II Background
  • 2 Intelligence in Nonprimates - Thomas R. Zentall
  • 3 Intelligence in Nonhuman Primates - Tara Mandalaywala, Christine Fleener and Dario Maestripieri
  • 4 The Evolution of Language - Philip Lieberman
  • 5 Evolution of the Human Brain:​ From Matter to Mind - Michel A. Hofman
  • 6 Intelligence as a Conceptual Construct:​ The Philosophy of Plato and Pascal - Dana Princiotta and Sam Goldstein
  • 7 The Life and Evolution of Early Intelligence Theorists:​ Darwin, Galton, and Charcot - Jordan Rigby
  • 8 Social Competition and the Evolution of Fluid Intelligence - David C. Geary
  • Part III Theories of Intelligence
  • 9 Intelligence Defined:​ Wundt, James, Cattell, Thorndike, Goddard, and Yerkes - John D. Greenwood
  • 10 Piaget's Theory of Intelligence - Ulrich Müller, Kayla Ten Eycke and Lesley Baker
  • 11 Alfred Binet and the Children of Paris - Amber Esping and Jonathan A. Plucker
  • 12 From Psychometric Testing to Clinical Assessment:​ Personalities, Ideas, and Events That Shaped David Wechsler's Views of Intelligence and Its Assessment - Mark Benisz, Ron Dumont and John O. Willis
  • 13 A.​R.​ Luria and Intelligence Defined as a Neuropsychologic​al Construct - Dana Princiotta and Sam Goldstein
  • 14 Intelligence:​ Defined as Neurocognitive Processing - Tulio M. Otero
  • 15 CHC Theory of Intelligence - Samuel O. Ortiz
  • 16 Multiple Intelligences in the New Age of Thinking - Robert J. Sternberg
  • 17 Emotional and Social Intelligence and Behavior - Richard E. Boyatzis, James Gaskin and Hongguo Wei
  • 18 Intelligence as a Malleable Construct - Lisa S. Blackwell, Sylvia Rodriguez and Belén Guerra-Carrillo
  • 19 Creativity and Intelligence - Jonathan A. Plucker, Amber Esping, James C. Kaufman and Maria J. Avitia
  • Part IV Assessment of Intelligence
  • 20 Hundred Years of Intelligence Testing:​ Moving from Traditional IQ to Second-Generation Intelligence Tests - Jack A. Naglieri
  • 21 The Relationship Between Theories of Intelligence and Intelligence Tests - W. Joel Schneider and Dawn P. Flanagan
  • 22 Intelligence and Culture:​ History and Assessment - Donald H. Saklofske, Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Thomas Oakland, Elias Mpofu and Lisa A. Suzuki
  • 23 Common and Variable Aspects of Intelligence - Arthur MacNeill Horton Jr. and Cecil R. Reynolds
  • 24 Current Concepts in the Assessment of Emotional Intelligence - Steven J. Stein and Justin M. Deonarine
  • Part V Applications of Intellectual Theory
  • 25 Intelligence and Success - Tarmo Strenze
  • 26 The Use of Intelligence Tests in the Diagnosis of Specific Reading Disability - Nancy Mather and Deborah Schneider
  • 27 Executive Functioning and Intelligence - Emily C. Duggan and Mauricio A. Garcia-Barrera
  • 28 The Evolution of Intelligence:​ Implications for Educational Programming and Policy - Christopher Jones, Peggy L. Tarpley and Douglas Blancero
  • Part VI Conclusion
  • 29 The March of Reason:​ What Was Hidden in Our Genes - James R. Flynn
  • 30 Closing Comments:​ Intelligence and Intelligence Tests – Past, Present, and Future - Jack A. Naglieri and Sam Goldstein