Definition for intelligence

Piaget (1952, p. 7): "a cohesive, repeatable action sequence possessing component actions that are tightly interconnected and governed by a core meaning."

 Piaget :
Intelligence is assimilation to the extent that it incorporates all the given data of experience within its framework. Whether it is a question of thought which, due to judgment, brings the new into the known and thus reduces the universe to its own terms or whether it is a question of sensorimotor intelligence, which also structures things perceived by bringing them into its schemata, in every case intellectual adaptation involves an element of assimilation, that is to say of structuring through incorporation of external reality into forms due to the subject's activity9 (p.6).

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