Chapter 2 Understanding Intelligence
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According to the theory of multiple intelligences, people are smart in many different ways.
People with kinesthetic intelligence are skilled at using their body to convey feelings and ideas.
Artists use spatial intelligence when they imagine how their creations will look or function.
People with high visual intelligence are good at observing and remembering people, pictures, and places.
The detective Sherlock Holmes used his logical intelligence to solve crimes.
People with mathematical intelligence can use numbers to analyze and present complex ideas.
When it comes to people with high verbal intelligence, English playwright William Shakespeare tops the list.
Successful teachers and politicians use their high linguistic intelligence to inform and motivate others
People with high Interpersonal intelligence can understand and interact effectively with others.
Having interpersonal intelligence means being skilled at self-reflection and knowing yourself.
The philosopher Aristotle believed that self awareness was the beginning of all wisdom.
People with naturalistic intelligence have a unique understanding and appreciation of the natural world.
Being bilingual adds a huge advantage to him.
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