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Terms in this set (9)
sensitive to words, the meaning of words, speaking
heightened ability to hear tones, rhythm, musical
patterns, and pitch and timbre
able to see relationships between objects, create and interpret data
able to perceive and visualize
excel at activities requiring body movement, physical action and control
introspective, self-reflective and intuitive. They are perceptive
adept at understanding the actions,
emotions, moods, intentions and feelings of others
excel at nurturing and exploring the environment through subjects connected to the study of nature
Intelligence Types (8):
linguistic, musical, logical/mathematical, visual/spatial, bodily/kinesthetic, intrapersonal, interpersonal, and naturalistic
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