Clayton, Mike
November 2008
Training Journal;Nov2008, p70
Trade Publication
The article presents an analysis regarding Howard Gardner's range of comprehensive understanding of intelligence. It includes verbal/linguistic, logical/mathematical, and intrapersonal. It states that some appreciate Gardner's work while others challenge its lack of empirical support from either well-validated testing processes or neurology.


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