What is intelligence?

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There is no clear, standard definition of intelligence. Psychologists identify intelligence as an individual’s adaptation to the environment as fundamental to understanding what intelligence is and what it does. Most researchers agree that intelligence is a person’s ability to comprehend their environment, evaluate it rationally, and form appropriate responses.


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