Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

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“The capacity to conceptualize the logical relations among actions or symbols (e.g. mathematicians, scientists). Famed psychologist Jean Piaget believed he was studying the range of intelligences, but he was actually studying logical-mathematical intelligence.”1

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See Multiple Intelligences

See Howard Gardner

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Notes

  1. http://multipleintelligencesoasis.org/about/the-components-of-mi/
  2. https://www.slideshare.net/cjbates89/intelligence-power-point

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