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"Ungifted" with author Scott Barry Kaufman (Full interview)

Scott Barry Kaufman is a cognitive psychologist at New York University. His new book is called "Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined." In it, he critiques the idea of intelligence (or even multiple intelligences) as a fixed 'thing'.

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