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Beyond IQ, successful people have grit and are conscientious.
Social Intelligence, Beyond IQ, Beyond Emotional Intelligence; Bantam Books, New York, 2006.
Gifted Conference Planners Beyond IQ (BIQ): A Conference Series for and About Highly and Profoundly Gifted Children at Boston University in Boston, MA.
He believes that the idea of MI is too general and vague to be useful in cognitive neuroscience research, and is a better educational theory to move educators beyond IQ as they consider student abilities in their classrooms.
The topics of study are: emotions's effects on attention and memory; life skills instruction in a time of accountability; pro-inflammatory cytokines in learning and memory; perceptions of forgetfulness in adulthood: does memory knowledge matter?; memory reconsolidation: history, research, and implications for treatment of psychiatric disorders; intellectual disability: beyond IQ scores; facilitatory effects of music on memory: a review of the potential role of emotional arousal; spatial memory and large-scale ecological environments; and several others.
To understand this, we have to go beyond IQ, to RQ - a test of people's rationality.
Moving beyond IQ, is there evidence that investments in human capital can yield significant and sustainable gains in other valued outcomes?
Beyond IQ: A triarchic theory of human intelligence.
The Theory of Multiple Intelligences and Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice) or Yale's Robert Sternberg (Beyond IQ), among others, who argue for multiple fields of intelligence that are not hierarchically organized.