Abstract Achievement tests and intelligence tests have been used in many instances to provide experts with a gauge on the intellectual aptitude of an individual. There are tests that are programmed to be accomplished by children and in the same way that there are tests designed for the completion by adults. How do these tests […]

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The Role of Intelligence Failures in the 21st Century an analysis of the intelligence landscape             In recent years the failure of American intelligence services to provide accurate data on foreign and domestic threats has become a major story. Criticism has come from a number of angles. Some claim that the intelligence community has been hamstrung […]

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Intelligence and wisdom – cognitive psychology Intelligence is part of mind that has various abilities which are linked. These abilities include; reasoning, planning, solving problems, ability to comprehend ideas, learn and use language. Intelligence comprises of personality, creativity, knowledge, character and wisdom. According to Sternberg, 2007 IQ tests don’t measure intelligence. He developed theory of […]

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A critical look at open source software and intellectual property             Since the beginning of time, man never ceases to be involved in the intricate process of creation. Throughout different epochs and generations, creation never stops. It is a cycle that enables the rest of humanity to survive the roughest terrains of the universe. As […]

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 Intellectual Property Protection System for Partisan Preferred language style: English (U.S.) Stephen (S) is the founder of Partisan, a company developing a new generation of joystick and computer games. The joystick has fewer moving parts than in products currently on the market. Because it allows for precision of touch of the players S believes that […]

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Intellectual and Artistic tendencies in 14th century Europe: Europe can be considered as a forerunner when it came to matters of importance in areas such as politics and economics. It has always stayed ahead of the pack. However, it is not only in matters economic and political where Europe has set the precedence, rather in […]

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John Adams once said, “Property is surely a right of mankind as real as liberty” (cited in ThinkExist.com). The creation of human mind or ‘intellectual property’ is not less important than any other properties. That’s why it was necessary to create a law to protect this intellectual property. The main reasons behind having this law […]

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The purpose of this study was to explore whether sex differences and chronotypical orientation (morningness-eveningness) differences exist in levels of procrastination. The sample consisted of 165 undergraduate English university students who responded to a procrastination inventory. Participants most frequently identified as chronic to severe procrastinators across groups. Contrary to previous findings, neither sex displayed differences […]

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Escape is a theme which is reiterated throughout each of the novels ‘The Catcher in the Rye’ and ‘Adventures of Huckleberry Finn’. Within Huckleberry Finn and Catcher, escape is elucidated through the use of literary and linguistic features and techniques. The extract chosen for Huckleberry Finn involves the final plan and finishing touches to the […]

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New Zealand operates its country by using a market economy. International trade is a huge factor in a market economy. New Zealand trades heavily with Australia, China, Japan, and the United States of America. “The New Zealand economy depends largely on its modernized agricultural sector. Although it contributes less than 10 percent of the gross […]

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