Last time I heard, "intelligence" was something that could be measured by a machine and the psychometricians hated its "absolute statements", while all of the other ideas are pure hypothesis.
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> Right on Psypher, Most tests measure strict verbal and/or spacial/math
> capabilities. I read something from Harvard that found 9 different
> types of intelligence. How about social or kinesthetic intelligence?
> Would not a socially intelligent worker have a superior grasp as a
> counselor than some of our "rational" geniuses?