• P-ISSN 0974-6846 E-ISSN 0974-5645

Indian Journal of Science and Technology


Indian Journal of Science and Technology

Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 43, Pages: 1-5

Original Article

Intelligence and Its Many Facets an Exploration with a Missing Link


Intelligence is the capacity as well as the ability to learn, develop & apply the acquired knowledge for the development, adjustment & prediction of sequential patterns. Intelligence is the basic ability for measurement of different kinds of intelligence tests. Though positive feelings encourage self-esteem and a sense of worth, conveying that they are important factors for ‘‘intelligent’’ beings. As in1 two principal classifications of intelligence are the operational and the ‘‘real’’ definition. Operational intelligence is measurable with specific aspects. But the real intelligence is one that characterizes the true nature of the thing being defined. Prediction and behaviour are closely related2 . But behaviour has emotional impact over it, although intelligence has no direct control on emotions. Hence there must be a link between emotion and intelligence. In3 , the appearance of emotional intelligence (EI) into masses served as a missing link in peculiar findings that people with average Intelligence Quotient (IQ) surpass those with the highest IQ. This throws dislodge to the assumption that the sole source of success is only IQ. But emotion is very lubricious as well as habitat dependent. By measuring Emotional Quotient (EQ) of a person in different situations randomly for same purpose and then trying to convert it into wisdom, we could achieve stability. In this manner with the help of wisdom we could proceed from conscious level to advanced consciousness level. A small act of security concern, depicting an individual’s security quotient (SQ), along with emotional content in any social circumstance/domain could be merged into an intelligence activity. The main objective of this paper is to develop an interlink between emotional intelligence quotient (EIQ) & wisdom quotient (WQ) within any specific range of security with recurrent feedback analyzed by self-actualization. If this hypothetical relation is imposed on any computational intelligence model and then experimented with human subjects belonging to various classes, cultures and ages, then our prediction or visualization could be fine-tuned or smoothened to become a general working model.

Keywords: Emotional Intelligence Quotient, Wisdom Quotient, Self-Actualization, Security Quotient


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