Freitag, 18. Mai 2018
"Intelligence thus can be thought of psychologically as that aspect of mental ability which consolidates learning and experience in an integrated, organized way, relating it to past learning and encoding it in ways that permit its retrieval in relevant new situations. The products of learning become an aspect of intelligence (or are correlates of intelligence) only when they are organized and retrievable, generalizable and transferable to new problem situations."
Arthur Jensen, Intelligence and educability