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William Flexner (Author)
Synopsis Psychologists have roughly estimated that there are four levels of intelligence in human beings. It has been estimated on percentage basis. The first 30 per cent individuals have the lowest level of intelligence and are generally termed as imbeciles or idiots. Human being falling in the second category are those whose level of intelligence falls between 30% to 70%. They are termed as people of average intelligence. The third category of human beings falls between 75% to 90% of intelligence and they are called intelligent people. The human beings falling in the category of 90% to 110% are extraordinary caliber people or very intelligent people. This book tries to clarify the concept of intelligence and methods of assessment of intelligence.
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About the author

William Flexner

William Flexner has taught in many colleges and universities of America. William Flexner had conducted experiments on rats and dogs to measure the levels of intelligence and had come out with very surprising results. He had worked with many leading psychologists of America. William Flexner had contributed to various leading journals of America and the world. He is considered an authority in the field of personality development.

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Title Intelligence
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Sarup & Sons
Language: English
isbn 8176255130
length viii+417p., Figures; Index; 23cm.