Frames Of Mind
Basic Books, 1983 - 440 páginas
Argues that all human beings are born with a multiplicity of intelligences which can, and should, be developed by society to achieve great individual accomplishment and to fulfill greater social goals.
The Idea of Multiple Intelligences
Biological Foundations of Intelligence
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