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Examining the components of fluid intelligence: implications for STEM education.
Substantial empirical evidence illustrates the significance of spatial ability for STEM academic achievement. However, it is critical that research efforts continue to identify cognitive factors which are associated with ...
An exploratory analysis into the relationships between spatial factors, domain-free general capacities and general fluid intelligence.
The inception of psychometric research concerning individual differences in cognition was grounded in explaining and enhancing performance in education (Spearman, 1904). This work established the construct of a single ...
Visualization, inductive reasoning, and memory span as components of fluid intelligence: implications for technology education.
The philosophy and epistemology of technology education are relatively unique as the subject largely focusses on acquiring task specific relevant knowledge rather than having an explicit epistemological discipline boundary. ...