This book brings new scientific methods to intelligence research that is still under the influence of 19th century single causal theory and method. The author describes a rigorous and exhaustive classification of natural intelligence while demonstrating a more adequate scientific and mathematical approach than current statistical and psychometric approaches construct to shore up the out-dated and misused IQ hypothetical. The author demonstrates the superiority of a highly developed multidisciplinary-theory models view of intelligence.
Brings new scientific methods to intelligence research
Argues and shows evidence for three major categories of natural intelligence
Presents empirical evidence from numerous clinical studies
Presents a rigorous treatment and exhaustive classification of natural intelligence