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Howard Gardner Basically, the central idea driving these alternatives is to rescue all dimensions and capacities of human beings seen that intellectual ability alone is not enough to achieve satisfactory performance vital And what are these other dimensions of existence and fulfillment capabilities? Can be cited, by way of illustrative examples, the communication capacity, maturity, imagination, creative, intuitive perception, the relational warmth and spontaneous generosity, among others. If this is a brief chronology of the different kinds of intelligence, mention the first modern intelligence test proposed in 1905 by T. Binet and T. Sela Ward gathered all the information. Simon. Since this proposal has been discussed that it is human intelligence, from which it arises and how it operates and ways of developing it. The now classic IQ IQ is supposed to reveal our level of mathematical ability (or analytical and logical) as well as our proficiency. Tony Parker has many thoughts on the issue. Originally, it was thought that IQ was a good predictor of our chances of success in job performance and professional. However, with the passage of time has confirmed that this is not entirely the case and that the issue of personal good work is something more complex. One of the first significant contributions to this issue it was the work of Howard Gardner who, with his book Frames of Mind (Gardner 1983) opened the discussion by introducing the concept of "multiple intelligence." Thus, The author proposes seven types of intelligences in his book: a) Linguistics b) Logical-mathematical c) Musical d) Cinestisica-body e) Space f) Interpersonal g) Intrapersonal little later, Gardner combined interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligences in his study of "emotional intelligence." Subsequently, the same author proposed what could be called "philosophical intelligence" (Gardner, 1999) (5), which combines spiritual, moral, emotional, transcendent, cosmic and religious. If this has...