What three types of intelligence constitute Sternberg's triarchic theory of intelligence?
a) global, intuitive, and special
b) general, global, and specific
c) analytical, creative, and practical
d) mathematical, reasoning, and verbal
Ans: global, intuitive, and special
Expln: Sternberg proposed that intelligence should actually be broken down into three components that can be thought of as book smarts, street smarts, and creativity