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a theory of intelligence postulating three important skills, analytical, logical and creative, that are observed as largely, but not entirely different from one another. In accordance with the theory, intelligence consists of a number of data-processing elements, that are applied to experience in effort to acclimate to, form, and choose surroundings

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