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Visual-Spatial Intelligence


Visual-Spatial Intelligence is defined as having the following criteria:
  
sensitivity to the relationship between line, color, shape, space, and form,
an ability to manipulate and mentally rotate objects,
the capacity to create a graphic likeness of a real object,
the ability to understand the components of visual and spatial displays within the graphic arts.
Graphic artists, architects, and map-makers are examples of spatially intelligent jobs.
People who excel at reading maps, playing chess, drawing diagrams and illustrations, reparing machinery, understanding geometry, and completing jigsaw puzzles are spatially intelligent.
 
 

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