Developmental Psychology Study Guide for final

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Describe Sternberg's triarchic theory of successful intelligence...

Answer:
the triarchic theory of successful intelligence identifies three broad, interactive intelligences:

1. Analytical intelligence or information-processing skills
2. Creative intelligence, or capacity to solve novel problems
3. Practical intelligence or application of intellectual skills
ineveryday situtations.
Intelligent behavior involves balancing all three intelligences to achieve success in life according to one's personal goals and the requirements of one's cultural community.

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