-what is your IQ and your confidence with it?
IQ is a primitive measurment of talent, useful probably only as an exercise in statistics. It means absolutely nothing. I Weschler'd a 162 when I was 14 and have very little confidence in the reliability of this number, as it relates to anything meaningful beyond a statistical deviation.
-how much does your view of "intelligence" align with contemporary IQ views on general intelligence factor?
I'm certain my ideas are echoic of others - most professional opinions cultivate a broad range of empirical sums to arrive at an erudite model far superior to my own. Although better stated, I think most research focuses on the contaminating qualities of standardized intelligence tests.
-are multiple intelligences a better representation of people's traits, or a hoax to cater to feelings of the dumb, or something in between?
I think the spirit of their approach adds credence to the structure of intelligence testing. By focusing on a multiplicity of positive intellectual ends, we can increase our awareness of it.
-have you wished to be of different IQ?
Not really. I don't believe I have an "IQ", such that it is.
-have you noticed a drop in IQ? If so, have you done a conscious effort to negate the effect? If not, what abilities or perceptions have helped to turn the situation around?
Uncertain. I'd like to think I've become more even-handed
-has type awareness brought different view on IQ? how so?
Not really. I find that IQ can be a destructive incision, as it can produce expectations that supersede and/or limit potential. MBTI is probably similar.
-have you aimed for the best job available to your intelligence? Maybe...?
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