Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory Of Intelligence (C-H-C Theory)

Cattell-Horn-Carroll Theory of Intelligence (C-H-C Theory) aims to explain cognitive structure. This is a comprehensive psychological theory as it features the integrated “fluid and crystallized intelligence” concepts of Raymond Cattell and John Horn with the “three stratum theory” of John Carroll. The C-H-C theory is dynamic as it went through several refinements based on research. It currently (2018) acknowledges that there is a general intelligence where eight broad, three intermediate, and 28 narrow cognitive abilities stem from:

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