Memory, Learning and Intelligence
Psychologists have been analysing and debating the nature of memory, learning and intelligence since the 19th century. It has been argued that learning and memory are virtually inseparable, and furthermore, an individuals proficiency at learning is generally considered to depend upon their level of intelligence, but how do we measure this? How do we compare Albert Einstein (who failed his early exams), with a musician or a composer, for example, Yehudi Menuhin or Ludwig van Beethoven? …
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