different theories of multiple intelligence
• Catell's fluid and crystallized intelligences : Fluid- general problem solving Catell's fluid and crystallized intelligences : Fluid- general problem solving ability, high= more efficient , decreases with age. Crystallized- knowledge based intelligence. Facts, etc. grows with experience.
• Stembeig's triarchic theory : Creative- new ideas. Practical- common sense, "street smarts." Analytic- traditional IQ, school, math, verbal.
• Gardner's Multiple Intelligences: everyone is intelligent in some way. Emotional intelligence. Spacial intelligence (artist). Verbal intelligence (poets). Interpersonal Intelligence (other people). Musical intelligence (composers). Logical- mathematical (scientists). Bodily-kinesthetic (dancers).
• Spearmans "g"- a basic intelligence predicts our abilities in varied academic areas.
• Thurstone's primary mental abilities- our intelligence may be broken down into seven factors: word fluency, verbal comprehension, spatial ability, perceptual speed, numerical ability, inductive reasoning, and memory.