Multiple intelligences: A comparative study between the preferences of males and females

Ali A. Loori1
1Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain
Cite this article:  Loori, A. A. (2005). Multiple intelligences: A comparative study between the preferences of males and females. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 33, 77-88.

Volume 33 Issue 1 | e1380 | Published: February 2005 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.2005.33.1.77

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In this study the differences in intelligences preferences of male and female students learning English as a second language at higher institutions in the United States of America are reported. The sample comprised 90 international students registered at ESL centers at 3 American universities. The study results indicated that there were significant differences between males’ and females’ preferences of intelligences. Males preferred learning activities involving logical and mathematical intelligences, whereas females preferred learning activities involving intra-personal intelligence. Some implications to be considered in ESL/EFL classrooms are discussed.

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