The neuroscience of intelligence: Empirical support for the theory of multiple intelligences?

C. Branton Shearer, Jessica M. Karanian, Trends in Neuroscience and Education, Aug 09, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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I ran across this today while looking for something else; it is an uncorrected proof of a paywalled article based on a review of 318 functional neuroimaging based research papers. The results suggest there is a neural basis for multiple intelligences (and hence, learning styles as well) (yes, I know there's a difference between multiple intelligences and learning styles). Now I am not a fan of fMRI at all, but I found the article interesting.

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