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In general, if people do well academically or succeed at tasks that involve their heads, we consider them to be intelligent. Thus, a critic who writes a witty, articulate review of an artist"s exhibition of paintings is said to demonstrate intelligence, whereas the painter is said to show talent. Intelligence as a person"s ability to learn and remember information, to recognize concepts and their relations, and to apply the information to their own behavior in an adaptive way. Any definition of intelligence depends on cultural judgments. The study of intelligence is dominated by three main approaches. Favors the development of tests that identify and measure individual differences in people"s abilities to solve problems, particularly those that use skills important in the classroom. Studies the way in which children learn to perceive, manipulate, and think about the world. The most influential proponent of this approach was the swiss psychologist jean.

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