Triarchic Model of Intelligence refers to Sternberg's concept that intelligence is divided into contextual, experiential, and componential subcomponents (See Componential intelligence, Contextual intelligence, Experiential intelligence; and also Multidimensional Conception of Intelligence.

Moreover, it is a theory proposed by Sternberg that maintains that people function on the basis of three (3) aspects of intelligence: componential (refers to analytical thinking), experiential (creative thinking), and contextual ("street smarts," or the ability to successfully manipulate one's environment).

Triarchic Model of Intelligence is also known as Triarchic Model of Human Intelligence

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