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  • Difference Between Intelligence And Intelligence

    thinks MIs are talents ,so she is with Critics of MI theory. Actually, intelligence and talent are Similar , Intelligence and talent, both are known as the person’s good knowledge or ability, and they both are interlinked with each other.However the difference is that Intelligence is what one can improve by studies, reasoning, understanding and learning. Therefor, intelligence is nothing but the capacity to acquire and apply knowledge by means of thought and reason, it can only be developed from childhood, no one is born intelligent. Whereas , talent is a special natural ability or aptitude and It is in-built. Both of these abilities need to explore and to work hard in order to develop them.( Difference Between,2017). While , second and fourth questions show participants agrees that intelligence is a gift from Allah and it's using differs among people. Allah said in Quran (اُنْظُر كَيْفَ نُصَرِّفُ لَهُم الآياتِ لَعَلَّهُمْ يَفْقَهُونَ) See how We explain the signs by various (symbols); that they may understand(Al-An'aam,65) and this verse indicates that Allah…

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  • Intelligence In Ww1

    World War I was one of the first major wars in which intelligence was a key aspect of strategy and success on the battlefield. Throughout Europe many nations began to establish covert operations to gain access to the military secrets of their opposition. Germany was a nation that participated in this trend. However, their collection of intelligence did not involve much covert action. Rather, German intelligence officers used overt intelligence collection methods, including using both personal…

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  • Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional Intelligence What is the secret to a successful career? This question is often asked by many around the world with different set of answers. The most common answer is high intelligence quotient. People with higher intelligence quotient are better at learning and understanding things since they have superior grasping power. They are more likely to do well academically. A logical assumption, therefore, is that such people tend to be more successful at work and through life. However,…

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  • Crystallized Intelligence

    school practices throughout history is presented. In the 1920’s, Lewis Terman created an intelligence test and eventually this test was administered on a wide scale (Graham, 2005, p. 72). This tool was used to identify gifted children who might benefit from additional services, and also to provide resources to those who did measure up to standards. After an analysis of scores, Terman recognized that race correlated with scores, and attributed this to hereditary differences in intelligence…

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  • Importance Of Multiple Intelligence

    Education today focuses on individualized education and learner autonomy. Students are supposed to be responsible for their own learning and should be made aware of their strengths and weaknesses. Intelligence has traditionally been measured by using I.Q. tests but those testsare only measure one type of intelligence. I.Q. tests are not an entirely accurate way to determine who are intelligent and who are not. Therefore the multiple intelligence theory is very important to modern education…

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  • Intelligence In The Intelligence Community

    independent intelligence agencies, military intelligence, and civilian intelligence and analysis offices within federal executive departments. Within this maze there is a direct line of authority and a line of coordination connecting these elements into a manageable soup. The Director of National Intelligence (DNI), who reports to the President of the United States, leads the IC. Although this office is not listed as a member of the Intelligence Community, the DNI exerts leadership of the IC…

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  • Intelligence Quotient: The Role Of Intelligence In Virtual Children

    Intelligence Quotient determines performance in several different areas of our lives, in relation to others of the same age. According to Stenberg, IQ test analyzes on a broader spectrum; our analytic, practical and creative abilities. Analytic is the way we use critical intelligence, practical is applying or implementing your abilities and creative is coming up with new ideas. I would make sure my virtual child has a stimulating environment, good health and all the resources he needs to thrive.…

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  • Swarm Intelligence And Artificial Intelligence

    Swarm behavior is one of the main characteristics of different colonies of social insects (bees, wasps, ants, termites). This type of behavior is first and foremost characterized by autonomy, distributed functioning and self-organizing. Swarm Intelligence, SI, is considered to be the area of Artificial Intelligence that is based on studying actions of individuals in various decentralized systems~\cite{bonabeau1999}. However, there is still today big discrepancy between two schools of thought in…

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  • Intelligence Discrepancies

    Intelligence Discrepancies in Criminals and Delinquents It has long been discussed that IQ, or intelligence quotient, is responsible for how well we perform intellectually. Some have argued that it is insignificant, but arguments of its irrelevance are old and have little evidence. In Kurt Vonnegut’s Hocus Pocus, he presents the idea that the prisoners at a nearby correctional facility are more intelligent than the students at a university. As interesting as this may seem, this situation is…

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  • Intelligence: The Triarchic Theory Of Intelligence

    Psychologists have tried to define and measure intelligence for years. The definition of intelligence is the capacity to understand the world, think with rationality, and use resources effectively when faced with challenges (Wechsler, 1975). Many psychologists have tried to define intelligence in their own words and develop tests to measure the intelligence quotient (IQ). These tests can lead to positive and negative outcomes. In the beginning, Alfred Binet created the first IQ test to…

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