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Functional Intelligence was developed by Dr. Neil Whitehouse who coined the phrase in 2004 which took a completely different look at how Human Functioning really functions. Dr. Whitehouse did a study which was a Philosophical Doctorate called Interdisciplinary Studies, meaning that there is a combination of various different disciplines and the combination of these disciplines leading into not a single statement but a combination of various statements. Most of the researched ground work had been done by various scholars over the past 40 years. The main influences came from Prof: Anna C Faul - Ph.D from the University of Johannesburg and Dr Beatrix Horne - University of Potchefstroom. However, there are several hundred influencing people who contributed in my research. I wish to thank them and acknowledge every person or persons that was used in the building of the Functional Intelligence Concept or Model.
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