Some people are simply born bright. Have you noticed these individuals? Their minds, memory, and thoughts when verbalized, are way ahead of yours. Intelligence, however has many different forms it may take. This article will discuss intelligence and the different types we have.
Innate/Cognithive skill intelligence is the type of intelligence I will mention first. I have seen or met very few people who have this type of intelligence. Let’s pretend you are looking for a solution for anything, myself for example. These highly intelligent thinkers come up with an answer before I am able to process the full issue..
One person who I have gotten to know personally would be our IT hosting specialist. Before I can even organize my thoughts, Matthew has come up with a sensible solution and does it so fast. He seems to be two steps ahead of me at all times. It is not just because he works in a field I don’t know as much about. It has to do with his agile thinking from any perspective, even outside the box thinking. Did Matthew learn this in college? I don’t believe so. I think he was born with it. I asked Matthew some questions I think are pertinent to cognitive ability and thinking process. I found his answers fascinating. Next, are the questions I asked, and Matthew’s answers.
Fluid intelligence-this is the basic reasoning and other mental activities which excel despite one’s education level. In other words, it appears they are born with it.. It involves the portion of the brain which has to do with short term memory. It also has to do with the ability to easily fall into any environment and fit in, learning the skill set necessary quickly to be successful
Another type of intelligence is called Crystallized intelligence. It refers to learned procedures and knowledge a person gains with experiences. This type of intelligence refers to Algebra learned in school, vocabulary and spelling. This means although the person had to learn what they know, they were especially wired to absorb whatever it is they are taught as well as what the learn in school and from others.
Emotional intelligence refers to one being able to. identify their own emotions correctly and other’s emotions. Empathy plays a very important part of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence has been described by leading psychologists in the field of E.I. and is described as the array of skills such as leadership, compatibility, Currently, a debate exists as to whether emotional intelligence is an intelligence that should be taken seriously. These individuals have the ability to perceive emotions, access and generate emotion, Perceiving emotions, Understanding emotions, and managing emotions. It is said that leadership skills are higher with one who has E. I. They tend to have self-regulations, social skills, empathy and motivation. Although there are tests to measure E.I., Scientists are in doubt for counting this as a measurably scientifically. According to a recent article by the journalist, Daniel Goleman, emotional intelligence accounts for more career success than I.Q.
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