Theme-Park Psychology: A Case Study Regarding Human Intelligence and Its Implications for Education View Full Text


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DATE

2000-06

AUTHORS

Robert J. Sternberg, Elena L. Grigorenko

ABSTRACT

We introduce in this article the construct of theme-park psychology which we define as psychological theory and research drawn only from limited and unrepresentative samples of participants, tasks and situational contexts within the context of worldwide populations. Results obtained from limited populations, tasks, and situational contexts often are inappropriately generalized and then used as a basis for educational policy. In theme-park psychology, easy-to-study populations, tasks, and situational contexts repeatedly may show the same patterns in data, leading to tantalizing generalizations that are nevertheless wrong. We describe studies by ourselves and by others with respect to human intelligence that illustrate our views and that cast doubt on traditional notions. More... »

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247-268

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