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Linda Gottfredson provides a brief review of the link between ability and job performance at this external link: 'g' on the job [1] Links: ------ [1] http://www.psych.utoronto.ca/~reingold/courses/intelligence/cache/1198gottfred.html#link3
Hans-Georg Michna explains how IQ is defined in this external article:The Definition of IQIQ = Intelligence Quotient
The following external site explains our knowledge to date in these areas: THE NEUROSCIENCE OF INTELLIGENCE [1] » The idea of g » Types of Intelligence » Intelligence, Heredity, and Environment History Evidence for Nature Evidence for Nurture Co...
The nature versus nature debate of intelligence has been going on for a several years. The debate revolves around how intelligence is formed, either from a person's genes and physiological attributes (nature), or from personal experiences and learnt throu...
The following external link provides a multitude of resources that relate to the explanation and discussion of the 'g' factor of intelligence. Originally coined by Charles Spearman, 'g' stands for general: Intelligence and Spearman's 'g' factor [1] ...
Gardner (1984) proposed that rather than a 'g' or general factor [1] being responsible for an individual's ability and therefore performance at work, multiple intelligences are responsible. Read a summary of Gardner's theory of multiple intelligence...
The following external resource provides an in-depth look at the thing that we call intelligence:Intelligence: Knows and Unknowns Report of a Task Force established by the Board of Scientific Affairs of the American Psychological Association.