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Personality Spectrum Analysis
Help you identify the kinds of interactions that are most, and least, comfortable for you.
Abilities that may be developed.
A systematic classification or study of types.
As defined by Howard Gardner, an ability to solve problems or create products that are of value in a culture.
Ability to indentify, distinguish, categorize, and classify species or items, oftems, often incorporating high interest in elements of the natural environment.
Ability to communicate through language; listening, reading, writing, speaking.
Ability to comprehend and create meaningful sound; sensitivity to music and musical patterns.
Ability to understand logical reasoning and problem solving; math, science, patterns, sequences.
Ability to understand one's own behavior and feelings; self-awareness, independence, time spent alone.
Ability to use the physical body skillfully and to take in knowledge through bodily sensation; coordination, work with hands.
Ability to understand spatial relationships and to perceive and create images; visual art, graphic design, charts and maps.
Ability to relate to others, noticing their moods, motivations, and feelings; social activity, cooperative learning, teamwork.