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analytical
used in Outliers

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Definition
relating to logical and systematic examination of something to better understand it — often implying some kind of quantitative analysis
  • Rest also presented particular opportunities for strengthening cognitive and analytical skills.
    Chapter 9 (19% in)
  • And what the test is measuring isn't analytical intelligence but something profoundly different, something much closer to creativity.
    Chapter 3 (81% in)
  • And, critically, it is a kind of intelligence separate from the sort of analytical ability measured by IQ.
    Chapter 4 (44% in)
  • You can have lots of analytical intelligence and very little practical intelligence, or lots of practical intelligence and not much analytical intelligence, or, as in the lucky case of someone like Robert Oppenheimer, you can have lots of both.
    Chapter 4 (45% in)
  • You can have lots of analytical intelligence and very little practical intelligence, or lots of practical intelligence and not much analytical intelligence, or, as in the lucky case of someone like Robert Oppenheimer, you can have lots of both.
    Chapter 4 (45% in)
  • We know where analytical intelligence comes from.
    Chapter 4 (46% in)

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