One of the conclusions that some of them are coming to is that the online life nurtures fluid intelligence
and offline life is better at nurturing crystallising intelligence.
Perceptual reasoning tests fluid intelligence
, which is defined as the ability to think logically and apply innovative problem solving to new problems.
One way to improve financial decisions across lifespan is to reduce the reliance on fluid intelligence
by limiting decision options, or allowing decision makers to sort options.
You'd want tests that reflect fluid intelligence
and divergent thinking.
According to Engle, the claims are based on evidence that shows a strong correlation between working memory capacity (WMC) and general fluid intelligence
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is very important for learning in the areas of mathematics (Flanagan et al.
Figure 1 provides a basic rubric showing the features of cognition starting with the first major distinction between crystallized and fluid intelligence
and the various pathways in which fluid intelligence
is composed of several distinct cognitive abilities and how these abilities in turn form crystallized intelligence.
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According to the statistical analysis (Table), the play group had significantly higher preoperative levels of crystallized and fluid intelligence
and working memory capacity.
Dr Alan Searleman, from St Lawrence University in New York, has gathered evidence on the link between left-handedness and intellectual creativity and has discovered that they have a higher fluid intelligence
, a better vocabulary and are better at problem-solving.
-- or the ability to solve problems without prior knowledge or experience -- was thought to be innate and immutable, Perez explained.