There are arguably two types of intelligence. Fluid intelligence is your ability to reason quickly. It relies on the ability to hold attention and benefits from a strong working memory. Crystallized intelligence is your ability to apply knowledge from prior learning that was stored in your long term memory. To illustrate how the two work together, we created a short fairytale – a story of a young man, who wants to save a princess that was captured by an evil witch.
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Scientists have long known that our ability to think quickly, also known as fluid intelligence, peaks around age 20 and then begins a slow decline. However, more recent findings, including a new study from neuroscientists at MIT suggest that the real picture is much more complex.
Fluid and crystallized intelligence
Research article on Improving fluid intelligence with training on working memory
Development of the two over our age
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Perera, A. (2020) Fluid vs Crystallized Intelligence. Simply Psychology.
Vinney, C. (2019).Fluid Versus Crystallized Intelligence: What’s the Difference?. ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/fluid-crystallized-intelligence-4172807
Brain structure is important for both kind of intelligence and changes during the teens
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00:04 Fluid intelligence
00:22 Crystallized intelligence
00:45 Story of collaboration
01:34 Fluid and Crystallized cooperation
02:17 Intelligence development stage
02:47 What do you think?
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