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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