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  • Abstract The philosophy and epistemology of technology education are relatively unique as the subject largely focusses on acquiring task specific relevant knowledge rather than having an explicit epistemological discipline boundary. Additionally, there is a paucity of intelligence research in technology education. To support research on learning in technology education, this paper describes two studies which aimed to identify cognitive factors which are components of fluid intelligence. The results identify that a synthesis of visualization, short-term memory span and inductive reasoning can account for approximately 28% to 43% of the variance in fluid intelligence. A theoretical rationale for the importance of these factors in technology education is provided with a discussion for their future consideration in cognitive interventions. ()
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  • 0 ()
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  • 2018-06-13 ()
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  • 10.1016/j.ijer.2018.05.007 ()
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  • 77 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 2018-01-01 ()
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  • Elsevier BV ()
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  • 23898 ()
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  • 99 ()
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  • 64 ()
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  • Visualization, inductive reasoning, and memory span as components of fluid intelligence: Implications for technology education ()
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  • 90 ()

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