The Open Mind: Exploring the 6 Patterns of Natural Intelligence

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Conari Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
An examination of the talents that people have and what makes them do what they do. The author suggests that everyone has the power to change the way they perceive themselves and others, and revolutionize the way they work, communicate and love, by investigating the learning triggers derived from six basic learning patterns. These patterns are all based on how we assimilate auditory, visual, and kinaesthetic information.
 

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The idea is that our conscious, subconscious and unconscious minds are configured differently for each person, each mind matching up with visual, kinetic and auditory intelligence. For example ... Read full review

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Exploring the psychology of human learning, Markova (senior affiliate, the Organizational Learning Ctr., MIT) theorizes that all people distill auditory, visual, and kinesthetic stimuli into one of ... Read full review

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Dawna Markova, Ph.D., is currently a senior affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT.

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