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Self-Aware As Emotionally Intelligent Beings

In recent decades many researchers have critiqued the traditional approach to understanding human intelligence, saying that the standard measure of IQ (Intelligence Quotient) is far too narrow. It does not take into account the full range of ways in which humans are “smart,” as Howard Gardner argues in his theory of multiple intelligences. In this post, I offer a brief introduction to the work of Daniel Goleman, Continue reading

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Self-Aware of Our Multiple Intelligences

Recently, I have been studying the work of Howard Gardner on multiple intelligences and also that of Daniel Goleman, who has researched what he calls our emotional intelligence. I have taken several assessments intended to offer insight into how well one has mastered each of the intelligences considered by these theorists. Continue reading

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