Books by Howard Gardner and Complete Book Reviews

Howard Gardener, Author, Howard Gardner, Author Basic Books $27.5 (304p) ISBN 978-0-465-02610-4
In Frames of Mind (1983), Gardner first set forth his influential theory of Multiple Intelligences, contending that each of us is equipped with eight or more separate types of intelligence (including linguistic, logical-mathematical, musical, bodily-
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Howard Gardner, Author Simon & Schuster $25 (287p) ISBN 978-0-684-84324-7
Always one of the more thoughtful voices in the endless debate on education, Gardner (famous for Frames of Mind, in which he explained his theory of different kinds of intelligences) again proves himself insightful and fair-minded. While the title...
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Howard Gardner, Author . Harvard Business School $24.95 (196p) ISBN 978-1591399124
Psychologist, author and Harvard professor Gardner (Multiple Intelligences: New Horizons ) has put together a thought-provoking, visionary attempt to delineate the kinds of mental abilities (“minds”) that will be critical to success in a 21st-cen
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Howard Gardner, Author . Harvard Business School $26.95 (244p) ISBN 978-1-57851-709-1
Gardner, a psychologist and professor at Harvard, examines the factors involved in changing minds on significant issues, in politics, science, business and art. He identifies seven key elements, including reason, research and real world events, that
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Howard Gardner, Author, Mihaly Csikszentmihalhi, Author, William Damon, Author . Basic $27.50 (304p) ISBN 978-0-465-02607-4
In their previous highly regarded research, psychologists Gardner (Multiple Intelligences), Csikszentmihalyi (Flow) and Damon (The Moral Child) have found that "if the fundamentals of good work—excellence and ethics—are in harmony,
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Howard Gardner and Katie Davis. Yale Univ., $25 (256p) ISBN 978-0-300-19621-4
According to Harvard psychologist Gardner and University of Washington digital media expert Davis, we should worry when apps become shortcuts for critical thinking and questioning. This book’s argument is really an unequivocal condemnation of...
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