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What is Intelligence? Typically focused on analytic reasoning verbal skills spatial ability attention memory judgement
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Individuals differ from one another in their  ability to understand complex ideas, to adapt  effectively to the environment, to learn from  experience, to engage in various forms of  reasoning, to overcome obstacles by taking  thought…  Concepts of intelligence are  attempts to clarify and organize this complex  set of phenomena . One Definition
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A weak predictor for achievement job performance success Accounts for a major (but still not a majority)  component of employment success; maybe as  much as 20-25%. IQ
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Ability to handle frustrations Manage own emotions Manage own social skills Emotional Intelligence = Do you know any highly intelligent people who aren’t socially adept?
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How did we view emotions? chaotic haphazard superfluous incompatible with reason disorganized largely visceral resulting from the lack of effective adjustment
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How do we view emotions now? Arouse, sustain, direct activity Part of the totality of higher functioning living  organisms  Not in opposition to intelligence Themselves a higher order of intelligence See the notes pages for more on Phineas Gage Emotional processing may be an essential part of rational decision making
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part of the brain is survival. To Get at 
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2011 for the course BUS 381 taught by Professor Johnathonperry/cherylluczak during the Spring '11 term at St. Xavier.

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