The Hidden Secrets Of Intelligence Revealed: The Book That Proves, After 30 Years Of Research, Why Intelligence Is Not Inherited (Preparing The 21St Century Child)
Most people in the West believe that education is relatively fair today, and gives equal opportunity to all children. After all, the social barriers of an earlier time have disappeared and children are not discriminated against according to their background. There is, however, a deep mechanism behind this that lingers from an earlier time that does create discrimination, and does prevent all child...
Series: Preparing the 21st Century Child (Book 2)
Paperback: 300 pages
Publisher: The Moving Quill Publishing Co. (September 21, 2015)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 1898726
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“In an effort to understand, deal with and curb bullying, Roy Andersen authored 2 books on intelligence and brain environments, ‘The Hidden Secrets of Intelligence’ and ‘The Brain Environment Complex’. These books explain how child intelligence can be...”
en from gaining equal opportunity in school and so in life. This mechanism lies in the cultivated belief we have today that a child is born with a quality of intelligence that can be known, and that this is directly linked to the socio-economic background of their parents.'The Hidden Secrets of Intelligence' explains why a child's intelligence cannot be related to the intelligences witnessed in members of their family line. As it does so, it brings into question the whole concept of the Intelligence Quotient, or rather I.Q. as we have come to know it, and so brings realisation that we make a great mistake when we talk about the IQ of a person or how food effects IQ. IQ is only an idea that intelligence can be measured. It gives no suggestion as to what intelligence is or how it forms. Yet, because of the way we have been cultivated to think, when we use the term IQ we do think of intelligence as being largely inherited.To understand how the myth of a measurable intelligence arose, this book examines how Galton stimulated the idea of inherited ability, as a political weapon to counter the rise of early socialism in the 19th Century. From this, it explains how Galton led Spearman to create the idea that intelligence is a singular feature of the inherited mind, which we still hold to today, as a means to enable it to be measurable. This led Pearson to devise his system of comparison that claims to show, but does not, the relationship of the genes to the environment in intelligence. To bring balance to this, the book explains how the French scientist Binet created a simple test to differentiate normal children from those who may be retarded, and never created the intelligence test said of him, for he fervently believed intelligence could never be measured. Yet, it was only by corrupting Binet's one to one verbal assessment into a written Yes or No questioner, that enabled Goddard and Terman in America to be able to index human intelligence on such a massive scale that they were able to politically structure their society as they did. For it was through their work that the Scholastic Aptitude Test or SAT later came into being, which American education today functions through and operates about.While every civilisation from our first one 6,000 years ago has realised that power lies in the control of information, we have not realised in our time that it is the ability to make use of information, and so how intelligence is allowed to flourish within a society, that is where the real control lies. Without understanding this, we never saw why the social changes that arose after the Second World War made only surface changes to the way education works, but never disturbed the basic framework upon which it operates.As 'The Hidden Secrets of Intelligence' explains why it is never possible to know the inherited value of the intelligences of any two normally born children, it introduces a whole new view of what intelligence could be. It is very important that we consider this, because if intelligence is not what we think it is, then the way we educate children is wrong!