Inteligência e Testes de QI
In Defense of Polymaths PDF Versão para impressão Enviar por E-mail
Polymath is one of those words more likely to show up on the SAT than in everyday conversation. But the reason we don't use the word much these days has less to do with vocabulary than it has to do with practicality: there aren't a lot of polymaths around anymore.

In case you don't have your pocket dictionary handy, a polymath is a person with a wide range of knowledge or learning. Think people like Leonardo da Vinci (artist and helicopter designer), Benjamin Franklin (founding father, inventor, and all-around lady-killer), Paul Robeson (scholar, athlete, actor, and civil rights activist), and even Steve Jobs (engineer, businessman extraordinaire, and marketing mastermind).

The Myth of Inevitable Nature and Reversible Nurture PDF Versão para impressão Enviar por E-mail

For more than 50 years, sane voices have called for an end to the debate. Nature versus nurture has been declared everything from dead and finished to futile and wrong -a false dichotomy. Everybody with an ounce of common sense knows that human beings are a product of a transaction between the two. Yet nobody could stop the argument. Immediately after calling the debate futile or dead, the typical protagonist would charge into the battle himself and start accusing others of overemphasizing one or the other extreme. The two sides of this argument are the nativists, whom I will sometimes call geneticists, hereditarians, or naturians; and the empiricists, whom I will sometimes call environmentalists or nurturists.

The 4 Biggest Myths About the Human Brain PDF Versão para impressão Enviar por E-mail

What is it that makes the human brain so special? Sure it's big - but it's far from the biggest brain around. You've heard that your brain contains 100 billion neurons - but where does that number really come from, and how does it stack up against other species?

You may think you know the answers to these questions, but there's a good chance you've been misinformed about what makes our brain more special than any other brains on Earth. Here are four of neuroscience's biggest brain myths, and why they're all wet.

Aptidões cognitivas e rendimento académico: A validade preditiva dos testes de inteligência PDF Versão para impressão Enviar por E-mail

Com base numa amostra de alunos portugueses do 5º e 6º anos de escolaridade (n=1163), analisamos a validade dos resultados na Bateria de Provas de Raciocínio (BPR5/6; Almeida, 2003) por referência ao rendimento escolar dos alunos, considerando quer as suas classificações em várias disciplinas curriculares quer o índice de retenções escolares anteriores. De uma maneira geral os resultados sugerem uma associação com significado estatístico entre rendimento escolar e desempenho nas quatro provas de raciocínio da bateria (raciocínio abstracto, raciocínio verbal, raciocínio numérico e resolução de problemas).

<< Início < Anterior 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Seguinte > Final >>

Pág. 5 de 8
Faixa publicitária
Faixa publicitária
Faixa publicitária
Faixa publicitária
Faixa publicitária


O que contribui mais para a inteligência?


  • Mensa
  • Contacto
  • Breves
  • Testes
  • Puzzles
  • Vídeos
  • Imagens
  • Áudio
  • Ressalvas
  • Livro de Visitas
  • Arquivo Histórico
  • Estamos no Facebook!