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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or comprising components
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It's called componential intelligence because Sternberg found a way to analyze the thought processes involved in solving IQ test items into components and metacomponents.
This is arguably a more plausible way to preserve a componential analysis of agential obligation.
Substractive neuroimaging studies attempting to localize the alternative componential models are just as circular, by completely ignoring the developmental dimension.
He calls his new theory the triarchic theory of intelligence because, as the term suggests, he believes that he has identified three kinds of intelligence: componential, experiential and contextual.
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