Features of General and Social Practical Intelligence in the University Students with Different Status 947
PhD in Psychology, Head of the Department of Theoretical Foundations of Social Psychology, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia
Post-graduate Student of the Department of Theoretical Foundations of Social Psychology of the Faculty of Social Psychology, Moscow Sity Psychological Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia
We discuss the problem of the relationship of general and practical intelligence with social status of university students in the study group. We present theoretical and empirical analysis of the features of general and social practical intelligence in the students with different status who are at the initial and final stages of training in high school. In an empirical study we proved the hypothesis that the level of the general and social practical intelligence of the students is a significant condition of their in-group status differentiation. In order to determine the position of the student in the attractions relationship system, social and practical intelligence is more important, and the position in the structure of relations is defined by general, as well as social and practical intelligence. We show the differences in the relationship of intra-group status and mental abilities of students in the initial and final stages of training. The study included full-time students of I and V Moscow university courses (167 people).
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