10_Savant+Learning - SavantLearning Talent&Learning

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Savant Learning
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The existence of talent challenges the  declarative-to-autonomous model of  skill acquisition Apparently,  declarative knowledge  is a  useful, but not always necessary stage  of  procedural learning
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Artistic Ability
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Nadia’s Art 1
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Nadia Nadia was a three-year old autistic child with  little language who suddenly evinced an  unprecedented drawing ability Nadia drew rapidly and creatively. She had  perfect control, so she never had to correct When she became older and more social,  Nadia stopped drawing spontaneously
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Precocious Art
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Lack of Relation between  Artistic and other Abilities Nadia and Stephen were severely  impaired Louis Pasteur was a poor student Leonardo Da Vinci and Galileo appear  to have been outstanding at everything
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Musical Ability
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Lack of Relation between  Musical and other Abilities Rex was autistic and severely impaired Julius Rudel (famous conductor of NYC  opera) was dyslexic Cole Porter (composer) went to Yale  
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Talent Specific artistic and musical abilities appear  to be unrelated to general intelligence.   A few autistic and retarded individuals have  outstanding artistic and musical abilities. However, individuals of average and above  average intelligence may also have  outstanding talents
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C65.  What is true about the relationship  between talent and intelligence? 88%
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