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Who proposed the theory of multiple intelligences?

Who proposed the theory of multiple intelligences?
a) Jean Piaget
b) Lev Vygotsky
c) Howard Gardner
d) B.F. Skinner

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Answer: c) Howard Gardner

Explanation: Howard Gardner proposed the theory of multiple intelligences, which suggests that intelligence is not a single general ability but rather a combination of several distinct types of intelligences, such as linguistic, logical-mathematical, and interpersonal intelligences.

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