In 1983 an American developmental psychologist Howard Gardener described 9 types of intelligence:
Naturalist (nature smart)
Musical (sound smart)
Logical-mathematical (number/reasoning smart)
Existential (life smart)
Interpersonal (people smart)
Bodily-kinesthetic (body smart)
Linguistic (word smart)
Subsequently, one may also ask, what are the 3 types of intelligence?
These three examples exemplify Robert Sternberg’s triarchic theory on intelligence. The triarchic theory describes three distinct types of intelligence that a person can possess. Sternberg calls these three types practical intelligence, creative intelligence, and analytical intelligence.
Beside above, what are the 6 types of intelligence?
The Seven Types of Intelligence
Linguistic. Enjoy writing, reading, telling stories or doing crossword puzzles.
Logical-Mathematical. Interested in patterns, categories and relationships.
Bodily-kinesthetic. Process knowledge through bodily sensations.
Spatial. Think in images and pictures.
What is the IQ formula?
The equation used to calculate a person’s IQ score is Mental Age / Chronological Age x 100. On most modern IQ tests, the average score will be 100 and the standard deviation of scores will be 15.
How could I increase my IQ?
Here are five ways, but it really all boils down to stretching your brain by learning new things:
Become a renaissance man. Or woman.
Play the brain game Dual N-Back. Do this 20 minutes a day.
Do regular high cardio exercise.
Learn an instrument.
Buy the book Boost Your IQ by Carolyn Skitt, and play all the games.