September 5th, 2004

The Librarian

A site for those ...

... who like their true crime in bite-sized morsels: Max Haines: Crime Flashback. Max's crime column has been syndicated in Canadian newspapers (and some American ones) for more than two decades; whenever possible, he conducts his own interviews with perpetrators, witnesses, etc., himself, rather than relying solely on what others have published.

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Multiple Intelligences

Your Personal Evaluation



The Seven Intelligence Areas

Linguistic: 4

Logical-Mathematical: 5

Spatial: 3

Bodily-Kinesthetic: 5

Musical: 3

Interpersonal: 2

Intrapersonal: 2



A Short Definition of your Highest Score

Logical-Mathematical - the ability to use numbers to compute and describe, to use mathematical concepts to make conjectures, to apply mathematics in personal daily life, to apply mathematics to data and construct arguments, to be sensitive to the patterns, symmetry, logic, and aesthetics of mathematics, and to solve problems in design and modeling. Possible vocations that use the logical-mathematics intelligence include accountant, bookkeeper, statistician, tradesperson, homemaker, computer programmer, scientist, composer, engineer, inventor, or designer.

Bodily-Kinesthetic - the ability to use the body and tools to take effective action or to construct or repair, to build rapport to console and persuade, and to support others, to plan strategically or to critique the actions of the body, to appreciate the aesthetics of the body and to use those values to create new forms of expression. Possible vocations that use the bodily-kinesthetic intelligence include mechanic, trainer, contractor, craftsperson, tool and dye maker, coach, counselor, salesperson, sports analyst, professional athlete, dance critic, sculptor, choreographer, actor, dancer or puppeteer.