Multiple Intelligence Inventory Test
Neurobiological research shows that learning is a result of synaptic changes between cells. Cultures play an important role in intelligence development with the value they attach to different types of intelligence. Overvalued intelligence types develop faster and faster than others. Because accepted and valued behaviors increase motivation and lead the individual to enrich these behaviors. American Psychologist Howard Gardner has introduced an entirely new way of thinking about intelligence with the Multiple Intelligence Theory. In 1983, Gardner proposed seven different intelligence fields, each functioning more or less independently of each other, and in 1995 he added nature intelligence to seven types of intelligence.