Unformatted text preview: Thus, he developed the Triarchic theory which is comprised of the following: a) componential intelligence- reflects our information-processing abilities. This is similar to traditional intelligence tests. b) experiential intelligenc e - ability to combine different experiences in insightful ways to solve novel problems. Reflects creativity. c) contextual intelligence- ability to function in practical, everyday social situations. Reflects "street smarts". Sternberg recognized that situations may call for one type or a combination of all three, and that each can be improved through training. D. IQ Controversies...
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- Spring '10
- Intelligence quotient, Sternberg, Triarchic theory of intelligence, traditional intelligence tests