The act or state of knowing; the exercise of the understanding.
The capacity to know or understand; readiness of comprehension; the intellect, as a gift or an endowment.
Intelligence is a generic term for various cognitive abilities. It is classified into different components, depending on the intelligence theory (e. g. in his work "The Berlin Model of Intelligence", A.O. Jäger lists: cognitive speed, memory, creativity, and reasoning to process verbal, numerical and figural material). General features of all intelligence definitions include: quality of solution and speed in resolving completely new (i.e. non-routine) tasks, also frequently defined as 'the ability to learn'.
the ability to learn or understand from experience; ability to acquire and retain knowledge; mental ability.
the global capacity to act purposefully, to think rationally, and to deal effectively with the environment. (346)
the capacity to acquire and apply knowledge.
The capacity to create constructively for the purpose of evolutionary gain. The ability to recognize that which is useful and that which is not, in the creation of internal and external change. Degree of sophistication in the manipulation of fact and materials on a progressive basis.
Ability to deal with abstract concepts and form complex pictures of the outside world. Creativity, ability with spoken and written language etc.
the part of you that thinks and that uses what it learns to better your life
An attribute used to describe a person that is based on the assumptions that (1) a person has a range of different abilities and (2) intelligence can be equated with how a person measures up on a particular ability scale, as valued by a culture. go to glossary index
The ability to learn or understand, to deal with new or trying situations, or to use reason skillfully. Abilities associated with intellegence, such as application of knowledge to manipulate one's environment or thinking abstractly, are often measured by 'objective' criteria (such as tests).
Your mental prowress. The prime stat for magicians. Affects at least your spellcasting and magic device abilities.
The ability to learn, apply knowledge, or think abstractly, especially in relation to new or trying situations; the capacity for understanding; ability to perceive and comprehend meaning.
Ability to understand, learn and make judgements or have opinions that are based on reason
the ability to comprehend; to understand and profit from experience
the ability to effectively adapt to the environment; the ability to learn and understand.
A general concept of cognitive ability to learn and understand concepts. Has been put into a measurable form as intelligence quotient: IQ. Theorists such as Howard Gardner believe there are Multiple Intelligences which traditional IQ tests do not sample.
many competing definitions exist for one of the most controversial concepts in psychology. The most influential in the assessment of intelligence in workplace settings is ‘the innate ability to perceive relationships and identify co-relationships'. The assumption is that much of the variation in intelligence can be explained by one general ability factor (G).
The ability of an individual to understand and cope with the environment; generally assessed with intelligence or "10" tests that are measures of aptitude.
good mental capacity; from Latin intellegere, to discern, comprehend; literally choose between. God expressed it this way: "A mind well excercised is a mind more useful. Keep your feet always on the ground and your mind on Me. The pillar upon which harmony rests is the pillar of Truth. There can be no lasting agreement without truth. I am the way the truth and the life, I am your reference in all things, both spiritual and temporal. Seek always to be truthful, so that your love for Me and your brothers and sisters can be in constant harmony."
The relative ability of the brain to acquire, store, retrieve, and process information.
commonly a single number that identifies a level of smartness. More formally, the ability to profit from experience and adapt to one's surroundings. Controversial practice of measurement by intelligence tests.
Information and/or knowledge about an adversary obtained through observation, investigation, analysis, or understanding (DOD JP 1994).
The ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations. [D00859] PMK87
The ability of a person to reason, to learn from experience, and to cope with daily living.
the capacity for learning and the ability to recall, integrate constructively, and apply what one has learned; the capacity to understand and think rationally.
The ability to gain and, in turn, apply know-how. The application of learned skill.
The cognitive capacity of an entity to leverage knowledge and employ reason in meeting its perceived challenges.
Learner's ability to perceive relationships such as logical, spatial, numerical, and verbal - to learn to recall and to solve problems; sometimes referred to as mental age or scholastic aptitude; measured by verbal and non verbal performance tests.
An internal process of understanding , evaluating, storing, and retrieving information that is applied to motor and speech performance.
Creatures do not by default have all of the ability scores that player characters have. This would be tedious over the long-term. But intelligence and charisma are useful enough to be separated out into general categories.
Physical bits and pieces gathered in a sceptical way, evidence. Ability to follow a program and carry out a routine in an expedient and effective manner. Intelligent being capable of reading between the lines; piece of information. Compare Knowledge.
(a) That which a properly standardized intelligence test measures. (b) The ability to learn from experience, think in abstract terms, and deal effectively with one?s environment. See also intelligence quotient, mental age.
The mental capacity to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend ideas and language, and learn. Although nonscientists generally regard the concept of intelligence as having much broader scope, in psychology, the study of intelligence generally regards this trait as distinct from creativity, personality, character, or wisdom.
Intelligence is a property of mind that encompasses many related mental abilities, such as the capacities to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend ideas and language, and learn. In common parlance, the term smart, metaphorically used is frequently the synonym of situational and behavioral (i.e. observed and context dependent) intelligence.