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  1. John

    Murray went to great lengths to discuss the different kinds of ability. Under the “Ability Varies” chapter, he discussed at length Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligences: bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, spatial, linguistic, and logical-mathematical, and their relationships to one another as well as their value. To say he just focused “simply on IQ” is false.


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