Tag: intelligence

Existential Intelligence

Defined as “the ability to be sensitive to, or have the capacity for, conceptualizing or tackling deeper or larger questions about human existence. “ Existential

Naturalistic Intelligence

Naturalistic Intelligence is “The ability to make consequential distinctions in the world of nature as, for example, between one plant and another, or one cloud

Intrapersonal Intelligence

“Sensitivity to one’s own feelings, goals, and anxieties, and the capacity to plan and act in light of one’s own traits. Intrapersonal intelligence is not

Interpersonal Intelligence

“The ability to interact effectively with others. Sensitivity to others’ moods, feelings, temperaments and motivations (e.g. negotiator). (Sometimes called social intelligence.)” above image See Multiple Intelligences

Logical-Mathematical Intelligence

“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

Linguistic Intelligence

“Sensitivity to the meaning of words, the order among words, and the sound, rhythms, inflections, and meter of words…” See Multiple Intelligences See Howard Gardner

Musical Intelligence

Musical Intelligence is a “Sensitivity to rhythm, pitch, meter, tone, melody and timbre. May entail the ability to sing, play musical instruments, and/or compose music

Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence

“The ability to use one’s whole body, or parts of the body (like the hands or the mouth), to solve problems or create products (e.g.

Spatial Intelligence

Spatial Intelligence is “The ability to conceptualize and manipulate large-scale spatial arrays (e.g. airplane pilot, sailor), or more local forms of space (e.g. architect, chess

Multiple Intelligences

Multiple Intelligences is a theory developed by Howard Gardner, and outlined in is 1983 book Frames of Mind. The seven original Intelligences Gardner outlined are:

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