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What three types of intelligence constitute sternberg's triarchic theory of intelligence?

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Roger Moore on January 15, 2019

The three types of intelligence constitute sternberg's triarchic theory, are: the analytical, this allows people to recognize the problems and find possible hidden, or not easy to see all over the world with Creative solutions theory: theory and practice, this is about how the activity develops, how capable is one person to deal with new or old situations and use creativity to give the best solution, and the practice or context of the theory refers to the adaptation of the analytical and creative real-life situations, put into practice in the real world, Robert J. Sternberg believes that an intelligent person must meet all of the three theories to be more successful in life.


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