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Handbook of Understanding and Measuring Intelligence

Handbook of Understanding and Measuring Intelligence

First Edition
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November 2004 | 552 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
In the Handbook of Understanding and Measuring Intelligence distinguished scholars Oliver Wilhelm and Randall W Engle have assembled a group of respected experts from two fields of intelligence research--cognition and methods - to summarize, review, and evaluate research in their areas of expertise. Each chapter presents the state-of-the-art in a particular domain of intelligence research, illustrating and highlighting important methodological considerations, theoretical claims, and pervasive problems in the field.

The Handbook is designed for academics and psychology professionals interested in intelligence, cognitive abilities, educational testing and measurement, reasoning and problem solving. It can also be used by advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying intelligence or the psychology of individual differences.

O. Wilhelm, & R. W. Engle
Introduction (Intelligence: A Diva and a Work Horse)
P. C. Kyllonen, & S. Lee
Assessing Problem Solving in Context
V. Danthiir, R. D. Roberts, R. Schulze, & O. Wilhelm
Mental Speed: On Frameworks, Paradigms, and a Platform for the Future
A. R. A. Conway
Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Intelligence: Defense of a Reductionist Approach
R. P. Heitz, N. Unsworth, & R. W. Engle
Working Memory Capacity, Attention Control, and Fluid Intelligence
G. Matthews, M. Zeidner, & R. D. Roberts
Emotional Intelligence: An Elusive Ability
C. Hertzog, & A. E. Robinson
Metacognition and Intelligence
P. L. Ackerman, & M. E. Beier
Knowledge and Intelligence
M. J. Kane
Full Frontal Fluidity? Looking in on the Neuroimaging of Reasoning and Intelligence
S. A. Petrill
Behavioral Genetics and Intelligence
J. Pascual-Leone, & J. Johnson
A Dialectical Constructivist View of Developmental Intelligence
M. Lövdén, & U. Lindenberger
Development of Intellectual Abilities in Old Age: From Age Gradients to Individuals
W. W. Wittmann
Group Differences in Intelligence and Related Measures
R. Schulze
Modeling Structures of Intelligence
F. Schmiedek
Item Response Theory and the Measurement of Cognitive Processes
L. Stankov
g Factor: Issues of Design and Interpretation
P. J. Henry, R. J. Sternberg, & E. L. Grigorenko
Capturing Successful Intelligence Through Measures of Analytic, Creative, and Practical Skills
H.-M. Süß & A. Beauducel
Faceted Models of Intelligence
R. D. Roberts, P. M. Markham, M. Zeidner, & G. Matthews
Assessing Intelligence: Past, Present, and Future
D. Z. Hambrick
The Role of Domain Knowledge in Higher-Level Cognition
O. Wilhelm
Measuring Reasoning Ability
K. Oberauer
The Measurement of Working Memory Capacity
H. L. Swanson
Working Memory, Intelligence, and Learning Disabilities
D. S. Ones, C. Viswesvaran, & S. Dilchert
Cognitive Ability in Selection Decisions
N. Cowan
Understanding Intelligence: A Summary and an Adjustable-Attention Hypothesis
N. Brody
To g or not to g - That Is the Question

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