by Jason Hendrickson (Author)

This is a 3-book bundle, which addresses various subtopics, including but not limited to these:

Book 1: What makes one person more intelligent than another? What is it and how do we measure it?

In this guide, we’ll touch on those things, which lie at the heart of the definition and accomplishment of this term. We will also go over the best ways to work less hard but smarter. The Alfred Binet theories and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale will be discussed, as well as the success of highly intelligent people, personality traits, and lots more. In only a short number of pages, you can learn more than you think.

What do you think? Is learning what being smart is a good idea?

Book 2: Maybe you’re smarter than you think you are. Let’s find out!

In this short guide, you will learn about the nine signs that show how intelligent you might be. You will gain more understand as you study the nerve cells of those who have them in bigger sizes and running around at faster paces. The difference between fluid and crystallized intelligence will be mentioned, as well as influences on intelligence, IQ tests, and personality traits related to being smart.

Book 3: In psychology, the subject of intelligence has been studied and debated by many. Some of the theories that those scientists and clinicians have come up with, are laid out in this book. We will also go over intelligence screening for children, average IQ scores, signs of emotional intelligence (slightly different), Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences, and other fascinating sub-topics that relate to being smart and using your brain.

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Book details

Publication date
November 16, 2020
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