With 'intelligence' tagged articles

Indirect Proportionality

Tuesday 04 December 2012

Intelligence is inversely proportional to the Pavlovian Konditioniertheit.

The intelligence theory of Max E. Davenport

Monday 03 December 2012

Grade I read something from a fairly primitive intelligence theory, the essentially "fluid" of "crystalline" intelligence is different, and I could not quite understand the distinction, prompting me little surprise that both forms have never been measured separately from each other. One has but, incredibly, found that the liquid intelligence can be increased through practice, it nevertheless desbezüglich generally from about mid-twenties is always beknackter.

I wonder now what kind of intelligence theory one (I) still could push in the market if you grew up an Anglo-Saxon pseudonym and the Kerntheoreme and the associated elementary scholasticism equal formulated in English. (This is highly recommended if it is subsequently translated into German, something schwurbelig sounds, it does not matter,. Lying then most of the weaknesses of the German language.)

So what we need?

Initially a certain amount of basic categories.

So we review the existing models and opt for a number. (more ...)

Great mystery finally solved

Friday 03 December 2010

I finally can scientifically prove why booze intelligence according to folk wisdom: "Drink" is a Präteritopräsens of "thinking".

"Eats stupidity, intelligence säuft"

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Substituting again the case of the above proverb is some truth to it.

Then I interpret things first so that the stupidity seeks instinctively to protect themselves by sheer mass, while the intelligence drinks to make it easier to endure the one hand, the stupid and the other hand the condition of something closer to at least the noise so socially itself at least from to become something more acceptable.

Does anyone have a better explanation?

Aphorisms 97

Monday, March 29, 2010

"The sum of intelligence is always the same" - that provoked a, none of the most stupid, to think.

So: the interest in those same sums is unfortunately not equal.

Uninhibited - Uncensored II

Sunday 05 April 2009

In fact, I did a little cheated, even if only by omission.

In my article "Uninhibited - Uncensored" from 29.3. I mentioned about what issues I'd rather not write (read more ...)