Does a person have one ‘general intelligence’ or a number of mental abilities? In 1983, psychologist Howard Gardner proposed a theory that there is a wide range of cognitive abilities.
On October 12, this statement will be analyzed at the conference Brain Ukraine 2021 in a presentation by the emotional and social intelligence coach Yuliia Kopnynska-Petrychenko. She will cover the topic “The modern brain of multiple intelligences: Seven theories about mind and emotions”.
In her speech, Yuliia will focus on the verbal, logical-mathematical, visual, kinestatic, interpersonal, intrapersonal, musical, naturalistic and existential types of intelligence.
In addition, the expert will analyze six more different opinions: Paul McLean's triune brain theory, Mayer-Salovey-Caruso concept of the model of emotional intelligence, Kellerman-Plutchik theory of emotions, Ekman's theory of basic emotions, Rosenberg's concept of nonviolent communication and Loretta Breuning’s concept of Hormones of happiness.
Yuliia will address the ideas of specialists in the context of improving the quality of life in the modern world of multifaceted concepts.
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