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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.

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  • This is arguably a more plausible way to preserve a componential analysis of agential obligation.

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  • Substractive neuroimaging studies attempting to localize the alternative componential models are just as circular, by completely ignoring the developmental dimension.

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  • 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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  • dealing with or consisting of components

    April 24, 2009