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What is intelligence ? A precise, measurable and well-defined faculty ? No, says Howard Gardner, there a many different kinds of intelligence constituting the unique cognitive profile of each individual. This book opens new horizons for those who believe that intelligence is a phenomenon far too complex to be measured by simple I.Q. texts and explores new ways of comprehending human nature. Howard Gardner is a professor at Harvard University in the United States.
Speaking, Reading, Writing In Other Words
A completely original approach to aphasic language disorders...
Louis Crocq, Sophie Huberson, Benoît Vraie
In the existence of any group, business or nation, a crisis is a serious, uncommon event that suddenly imposes an emergency situation and the management of the vital issues at stake.
An essential anthology to understand what triggers collective panic
Michel Delage, Boris Cyrulnik
Family and Resilience
This book delves further into the notion of resilience, examining it in the light of the family group.
The Emotional Life and Attachment In the Family
The evolution of emotional ties and relations within the modern family