Understanding Logical Intelligence
The ability to think analytically, in an orderly or practical manner and/or perform mathematical-related tasks.
People with strong Logical Intelligence have an aptitude for mathematical calculations, logical thinking, and pattern recognition. They possess an innate reasoning ability, and they can easily think in logical and numerical patterns as well as make connections between different pieces of information. They easily use abstract symbols, have adverse set of mathematical skills, and create models, hypotheses and theories to explain phenomena. They are good at logical problem solving and enjoy complex operations such as math, physics, or research methods.
Characteristics of Logical Intelligence
People with strong Logical Intelligence are inclined to:
- Easily calculate mathematical sums in their heads
- Be terrific problem-solvers
- Identify and recognize patterns
- Draw conclusions from facts
- Pose logical arguments
- Be good at playing chess
- Connect different pieces of information
Traits of Logical Intelligence
- Mathematical calculation
- Critical thinking
- Understand cause and effect
- Pattern recognition
Famous People with High Logical Intelligence
- Albert Einstein (scientist)
- Mark Zuckerberg(programmer/founder of Facebook)
- Marie Currie (physicist)
- Karl Marx (economist)
- Ada Lovelace (mathematician)
Careers that correspond
Technical writer, delivery head, process analyst, functional consultant, news analyst, system analyst, computer game designer.
Hobbies that correspond
Jigsaw puzzle, making model cars, blogging, Sudoku, programming, solving puzzles.