Sternberg's Triarchic Model of Intelligence
Intelligent Behavior Involves...
- Adapting behavior to fit the environment
- Adapting the environment to fit one's needs
- Selecting an environment conducive to success
- Dealing with a new situation by drawing on past experience
- Dealing with a familiar situation quickly and efficiently
- Interpreting new situations in useful ways
- Sustaining concentration on a task
- Separating important information from irrelevant details
- Identifying effective problem-solving strategies
- Finding relationships among seemingly different ideas
- Making effective use of feedback
- Applying other cognitive and metacognitive processes as well
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