September 27, 2008 | Comments Off on Intelligence, human potential and life transformation (part 1)
Developmental psychologist Dr Howard Gardner defined intelligence as “a biopsychological information-processing capacity to solve problems or fashion products that are valued in at least one community and culture.”
According to him, different parts of the brain are responsible for different abilities: metaphoric, graphic, narrative, musical, graphic, calculation and the like. He argued that one’s sophistication with one kind of mental representation does not predict his sophistication with other representations.
Original Youtube video here: View How People Reach Their Potential