The Cambridge Handbook of Intelligence /

"This volume provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date compendium of theory and research in the field of human intelligence. Each of the 42 chapters is written by world-renowned experts in their respective fields, and, collectively, they cover the full range of topics of contemporary inter...

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Other Authors: Sternberg, Robert J. (Robert Jeffrey), 1949-, Kaufman, Scott Barry, 1979-
Format: Book
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Series:Cambridge handbooks in psychology.
Table of Contents:
  • PART I. INTELLIGENCE AND ITS MEASUREMENT: 1. History of theories and measurement of intelligence / N.J. Mackintosh
  • 2. Tests of intelligence / Susana Urbina
  • 3. Factor-analytic models of intelligence / John O. Willis, Ron Dumont and Alan S. Kaufman
  • 4. Contemporary models of intelligence / Janet E. Davidson and Iris A. Kemp
  • PART II. DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLIGENCE: 5. Intelligence: genes, environments, and their interactions / Samuel D. Mandelman and Elena L. Grigorenko-- 6. Developing intelligence through instruction Raymond S. Nickerson
  • 7. Intelligence in infancy / Joseph F. Fagan
  • 8. Intelligence in childhood / L. Todd Rose and Kurt Fischer
  • 9. Intelligence in adulthood / Christopher Hertzog.
  • PART III. INTELLIGENCE AND GROUP DIFFERENCES: 10. Intellectual Disabilities / Robert M. Hodapp, Megan M. Griffin, Meghan M. Burke and Marisa H. Fisher
  • 11. Prodigies and savants / David Henry Feldman and Martha J. Morelock
  • 12. Intellectual giftedness / Sally M. Reis and Joseph S. Renzulli
  • 13. Sex differences in intelligence / Diane F. Halpern, Anna S. Beninger and Carli A. Straight
  • 14. Racial and ethnic group differences in intelligence in the United States: multicultural perspectives / Lisa A. Suzuki, Ellen L. Short and Christina S. Lee
  • 15. Race and intelligence / Christine E. Daley and Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie
  • PART IV. BIOLOGY OF INTELLIGENCE: 16. Animal Intelligence / Thomas R. Zentall
  • 17. The evolution of intelligence / Liane Gabora and Anne Russon
  • 18. Biological bases of intelligence / Richard J. Haier.
  • PART V. INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION PROCESSING: 19. Basic processes of intelligence / Ted Nettelbeck
  • 20. Working memory and intelligence / Andrew R.A. Conway, Sarah Getz, Brooke Macnamara and Pascale M.J. Engel de Abreu
  • 21. Intelligence and reasoning / David F. Lohman and Joni M. Lakin
  • 22. Intelligence and the cognitive unconscious / Scott Barry Kaufman
  • 23. Artificial intelligence / Ashok K. Goel and Jim Davies
  • PART VI. KINDS OF INTELLIGENCE: 24. The theory of multiple intelligences / Katie Davis, Joanna Christodoulou, Scott Seider and Howard Gardner
  • 25. The theory of successful intelligence / Robert J. Sternberg
  • 26. Emotional intelligence / John D. Mayer, Peter Salovey, David Caruso and Lillia Cherkasskiy
  • 27. Practical intelligence / Richard K. Wagner
  • 28. Social intelligence / John F. Kihlstrom and Nancy Cantor
  • 29. Cultural intelligence / Soon Ang, Linn Van Dyne and Mei Ling Tan
  • 30. Mating intelligence / Glenn Geher and Scott Barry Kaufman.
  • PART VII. INTELLIGENCE AND SOCIETY: 31. Intelligence in worldwide perspective / Weihua Niu and Jillian Brass
  • 32. Secular changes in intelligence / James R. Flynn
  • 33. Society and intelligence / Susan M. Barnett, Heiner Rindermann, Wendy M. Williams and Stephen J. Ceci
  • 34. Intelligence as a predictor of health, illness, and death / Ian J. Deary and G. David Batty
  • PART VIII. INTELLIGENCE IN RELATION TO ALLIED CONSTRUCTS: 35. Intelligence and personality Colin DeYoung-- 36. Intelligence and achievement / Richard E. Mayer
  • 37. Intelligence and motivation / Priyanka B. Carr and Carol S. Dweck
  • 38. Intelligence and creativity / James C. Kaufman and Jonathan A. Plucker
  • 39. Intelligence and rationality / Keith E. Stanovich, Richard F. West, and Maggie E. Toplak
  • 40. Intelligence and wisdom / Ursula M. Staudinger and Judith Glück
  • 41. Intelligence and expertise / Phillip L. Ackerman
  • PART IX. MOVING FORWARD: 42. Where are we? Where are we going? Reflections on the current and future states of research on intelligence / Earl Hunt.