Howard Garner’s book Frames of the Mind is a study of human intellectual potentials that draws from psychological research and the biological sciences. The book is about his discoveries on the development and use of knowledge of different cultures. Howard Garner is a psychologist who has studied the development of symbolic skills in normal and gifted children, and the impairment of such skills in brain-damaged adults. His idea of multiple intelligences comes from this research. The eight intelligences are categorized as Linguistic, Musical, Logical-Mathematical, Naturalist, Spatial, Bodily-kinesthetic, Intrapersonal and Interpersonal. Garner developed these intelligences after deciding that most IQ tests were too vague and did not clearly measure intelligence properly (Garner, 1983).