Types of intelligence


Naturalist - involves how sensitive an individual is to nature and the world.

Musical - involves how skillful an individual is performing, composing, and appreciating music and musical patterns. Individuals who excel in this intelligence typically are able to use rhythms and patterns to assist in learning

Logical Mathematical - ability to think logically, reason, and identify connections. Also good at working with numbers, complex and abstract ideas, and scientific investigations

Existential -  ability to use collective values and intuition to understand others and the world around them. People who excel in this intelligence typically are able to see the big picture.

Interpersonal -  ability to understand and interact effectively with others. It involves effective verbal and nonverbal communication, the ability to note distinctions among others, sensitivity to the moods and temperaments of others, and the ability to entertain multiple perspectives

Bodily Kinesthetic  - skilled at using their body to convey feelings and ideas. They have good hand-eye coordination and are very aware of their bodies. Their fine and gross motor skills are more advanced than the average person's.

Linguistic - ability to understand both spoken and written language, as well as their ability to speak and write themselves.

Intrapersonal - self-awareness or introspection. People who have high intrapersonal intelligence are aware of their emotions, motivations, beliefs, and goals.

Spatial - ability to comprehend three-dimensional images and shapes. This is a primary function of the right side of the brain and is used when solving puzzles, figuring out maps and taking part in any type of construction or engineering project.

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Knowing what intelligence is in all aspects enables humans to work on developing them like a skill and gets them closer to unlocking their full potential