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Susan




Itatw70s Wrote:



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> I continue my studies of the brain.
>
> Here is a premise that Raymond Cattel and John
> Horn applied to Intelligence:
>
>
> [en.m.wikipedia.org]
> ized_intelligence
>
> If you can tolerate a one-page description of
> intelligence from Wikipedia, then you can assess
> whether a scientific base is involved, or not.
>
> I gave you an explanation, above, of intelligence
> to exclaim that research IS being done to assess
> intelligence in a wide range of people. Some
> people ARE CONTINUING THEIR EDUCATION IN FIELDS OF
> MENTAL CAPACITIES. I find it difficult to accept
> that those who do not, or will not, explore the
> INFINITE CAPACITIES of the Human mind are
> digressing into Narcissism. Who can learn from a
> STATIC point of view? I study to know what and how
> the brain elaborates it's faculties on an everyday
> basis.
>
> When I reached my last two years in high school, I
> APPLIED MYSELF like never before. I was determined
> to graduate no matter what.
>
> Today, I study the brain and its correlate, the
> Mind. You may not accept the idea that personal
> education is paramount to a high intelligence, but
> I too am convinced that other posters here are
> INCREASING THEIR INTELLIGENCE, as you also, AS
> PROOF THAT THERE IS A VERY HAIR-THIN difference
> between the crystallized intelligence and the
> fluid intelligence described in the link above.
>
> Crystallized intelligence continues to learn new
> things and is EVIDENT in a person's life. Fluid
> intelligence is the ABILITY to utilize one's
> knowledge in superfluous situations, like this
> Forum for instance. It is not how much one knows,
> but how one uses what one already has.
>
> Your examination, above, seems to miss the point
> of my post. Obviously, I do not use the english
> language in exactly the same way that you do.
>
> When I said, "we cannot exclude our intimate
> participation in every test of the physical
> phenomena", I was stating that as long as we live
> in a material universe, we are participating
> throughout every second of life from birth to
> death. What you said, "We don't 'participate' in
> tests unless we choose to do so AFTER the idea,
> the hypothesis, the experiments, have been thought
> of and devised by [us]".
>
> I clearly was not understood by you, but I will
> say that we participate in the material universe
> whether we like it or not. That was my meaning.
>
> That's all I will respond to. I will not exhaust
> myself over trivialities of language use. If I
> cannot be understood, then that is the malady of
> COMMUNICATION proper. If we go on like this, we
> will get nowhere.
>
> The burden is on me to clarify. I know this. But
> consider the link above: crystalyzed or fluid
> intelligence. Which is prefered, the crystalized
> INHERENT knowledge that accumulates over a
> lifetime, or the fluid practical reasoning aspect
> of intelligence? I think they call it crystalized
> because each of us moves into a path of
> repetition, even though we add congruent knowledge
> to that base of personal interest. I prefer the
> fluid, reasoning aspect of mind, which is why
> there is so much misunderstanding here on this
> Forum. Not everybody is careful to present a clean
> script as I do. I use the preview function always
> to present my posts.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 19-Dec-18 07:17 by Susan Doris.

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Methods 1528 Susan Doris 16-Dec-18 12:35
Re: Methods 186 Eddie Larry 16-Dec-18 15:34
Re: Methods 176 Susan Doris 16-Dec-18 16:39
Re: Methods 189 Eddie Larry 16-Dec-18 18:15
Re: Methods 174 Itatw70s 16-Dec-18 23:59
Re: Methods 187 Susan Doris 17-Dec-18 06:29
Re: Methods 190 Eddie Larry 17-Dec-18 15:31
Re: Methods 175 drrayeye 17-Dec-18 08:08
Re: Methods 174 Susan Doris 17-Dec-18 08:37
Re: Methods 177 greengirl5 17-Dec-18 09:04
Re: Methods 171 Enigcom 17-Dec-18 12:13
An example 174 drrayeye 17-Dec-18 15:55
Re: An example 167 Susan Doris 17-Dec-18 17:20
Re: An example 174 Itatw70s 17-Dec-18 17:57
Re: An example 167 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 07:59
If we accept academic standards, 176 drrayeye 18-Dec-18 13:28
Re: If we accept academic standards, 175 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 15:19
Re: If we accept academic standards, 165 Eddie Larry 18-Dec-18 16:31
Re: If we accept academic standards, 172 Enigcom 18-Dec-18 17:17
Re: If we accept academic standards, 169 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 18:35
Re: If we accept academic standards, 173 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 18:31
Re: If we accept academic standards, 173 Eddie Larry 18-Dec-18 18:59
Re: If we accept academic standards, 164 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 19:11
Re: If we accept academic standards, 172 Eddie Larry 18-Dec-18 19:56
Re: If we accept academic standards, 167 Itatw70s 18-Dec-18 21:58
Re: If we accept academic standards, 172 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 07:12
Bee in the bonnet 177 greengirl5 19-Dec-18 07:45
Re: Bee in the bonnet 176 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 08:10
Re: If we accept academic standards, 168 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 06:33
Re: If we accept academic standards, 177 Eddie Larry 19-Dec-18 22:04
Re: If we accept academic standards, 170 Susan Doris 22-Dec-18 20:25
Re: If we accept academic standards, 152 Eddie Larry 22-Dec-18 20:42
Real world example of the scientific method 188 drrayeye 18-Dec-18 19:04
Re: Real world example of the scientific method 175 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 19:27
Statements! 175 greengirl5 19-Dec-18 07:55
Re: If we accept academic standards, 156 drrayeye 27-Dec-18 09:42
Re: If we accept academic standards, 210 Susan Doris 27-Dec-18 13:32
Re: An example 174 Itatw70s 18-Dec-18 21:38
Re: An example 168 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 07:16
Re: An example 170 Enigcom 18-Dec-18 17:14
Re: An example 169 Susan Doris 18-Dec-18 18:42
Re: An example 178 Itatw70s 18-Dec-18 22:07
Re: An example 178 Susan Doris 19-Dec-18 07:20
So, try to prove art 169 greengirl5 19-Dec-18 08:00
Re: So, try to prove art 181 Itatw70s 19-Dec-18 12:52
Re: So, try to prove art 159 Susan Doris 22-Dec-18 20:07
Re: So, try to prove art 160 Itatw70s 23-Dec-18 00:18
Re: So, try to prove art 151 Susan Doris 23-Dec-18 06:55
Re: An example 168 Enigcom 22-Dec-18 13:00
Re: An example 173 Susan Doris 22-Dec-18 20:18
Re: An example 172 greengirl5 22-Dec-18 21:15
Re: An example 167 Itatw70s 23-Dec-18 00:32
Re: An example 169 Susan Doris 23-Dec-18 09:33
Re: An example 165 Susan Doris 23-Dec-18 07:00
Communicate.... 153 Itatw70s 23-Dec-18 21:35
Re: An example 163 Enigcom 23-Dec-18 19:24
Re: An example 155 Susan Doris 24-Dec-18 06:27
Happy Christmas everybody, from Australia. 162 greengirl5 24-Dec-18 11:43
a Method for the Holidays 155 drrayeye 24-Dec-18 19:18
Re: a Method for the Holidays 158 Susan Doris 25-Dec-18 06:38
Re: Methods 77 ian 77 11-Jun-19 20:13
Re: Methods 66 Susan Doris 13-Jun-19 05:12
Re: Methods 128 drew 13-Jun-19 07:49


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