Table of contents for International handbook of intelligence / Robert J. Sternberg, editor.

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Preface Robert J. Sternberg
1. Intelligence research and assessment in the United Kingdom Ian Deary and Pauline Smith
2. Intelligence - theory, research, and testing in Scandinavia Berit Carlstedt, Jan-Eric Gustafsson and Jarrlo Hautamaki
3. The psychology of human intelligence in Spain Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros and Roberto Colom
4. Psychology of human intelligence in France and French-speaking Switzerland Jacques Lautrey and Anik de Ribaupierre
5. Research on intelligence in German-speaking countries Shu-Chen Li and Ute Kunzmann
6. Is it possible to study intelligence without using the concept of intelligence? An example from Soviet/Russian psychology Elena Grigorenko
7. Intelligence theory, assessment, and research: the Israeli experience Moshe Zeidner, Gerald Matthews and Richard D. Roberts
8. Intelligence and intelligence testing in Turkey Sami Gulgoz and Cigdem Kagitcibasi
9. Intelligence: what is indigenous to India and what is shared? Bibhu D. Baral and J. P. Das
10. Japanese conception of and research on human intelligence Tatsuya Sato, Hiroshi Namiki, Juko Ando and Giyoo Hatano
11. Diligence makes people smart: Chinese perspectives on intelligence Jiannong Shi
12. Similar thoughts under different stars: conceptions of intelligence in Australia Lazar Stankov
13. Being intelligent with Zimbabweans: a historical and contemporary view Elias Mpofu
14. Intelligence research in Latin America Ricardo Rosas
15. North American approaches to intelligence Robert Sternberg
16. Human intelligence: from local models to universal theory Andreas Demetriou and Timothy C. Papadopoulos.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Intellect