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There is ongoing debate among cognitive scientists about whether general intelligence (a single general cognitive ability that influences a wide range of cognitive and adaptive behaviors) or modularity (the idea that the mind is made up of domain-specific modules that operate relatively independently) is a more plausible theory of cognitive processing. Ultimately, both general intelligence and modularity have some level of empirical support, and it is possible that both theories are useful for explaining different aspects of cognitive function. Therefore, it may not be helpful to view them as competing explanations, but rather as complementary approaches that help to understand different cognitive phenomena in different contexts.

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March 13, 2023, 12:14 p.m.

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Published: Monday, March 13, 2023

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