Chapter 9 discusses intelligence and IQ. Contrary to popular belief in Western culture, a person doesn't necessarily need to be able to regurgitate vast amounts of facts in short periods of time to be considered intelligent. There are numerous ways of being intelligent. For example a dancer is intelligent in the way he/she can control and manipulate their body. Most experts agree that general intelligence is made up of 3 areas: analytical intelligence (book smarts), practical intelligence (street smarts), and creative intelligence (overall creativity). IQ test are how we measure intelligence. Ever wondered how they calculate your IQ scores? They take your mental age (score from test) and divide it by your chronological age (actual age) and then multiply by 100.
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