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Research conducted by PsychTests using their Multiple Intelligences & Learning Style Test indicates that students who perform in the top 5% excelled in six out of eight intelligence types, including Linguistic, Visual-Spatial, Musical (which tends to correlate very strongly with Visual-Spatial), Intrapersonal, and Naturalistic.
9780465024339 Frames of mind; the theory of multiple intelligences.
99 [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The twentieth anniversary edition of Howard Gardner's examination of the theory of multiple intelligences and its implications for schools includes a new introduction by the author, reflecting on the impact of his work.
Frames of Mind: the Theory of Multiple Intelligences.
Willingham is unable to link empathy and imagination with his commitment to the science of psychometrics in his stinging critique of multiple intelligences theory ("Reframing the Mind," Check The Facts, Summer 2004).
Howard Gardner, author of Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences (Basic Books, 1983), each of us has eight different kinds of natural abilities to varying degrees.
Like Gardner's multiple intelligences, Goleman's emotional intelligence has received a great deal of interest, but inadequate research.
T or two decades teachers, parents and psychologists have discussed and in some cases implemented the theories of multiple intelligences put forth in the groundbreaking book Frames of Mind by Harvard's Dr.