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from The American Psychologist, found in J. Stanley Ahmann and Marvin D. Glock, Evaluating Pupil Growth, 2nd ed, Allyn & Bacon, 1963

THEORETICAL MODEL FOR THE STRUCTURE OF INTELLECT

One of the most interesting theoretical models classifying the factors of the intellect was proposed by Guilford (44). His model provides for 120 cells, each corresponding to a potential factor.... Although each cell has at yet not been identified, it proves most helpful in aiding the formulation of hypotheses for further research designed to explore the nature of the intellect.