Purpose: The AMI – R, based on the work of Howard Gardner, will assess the manner in which a person learns best. It will identify which specific type of intelligence an individual possesses and how it can be used to his or her advantage.
No. of questions: 55
Question type: Situational, self-report
Estimated completion time: 20 minutes
Shorter versions of assessment: N/A
Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (disability, ethnicity)
● Sample Size: 10,135
● Cronbach’s Alpha range: 0.64 to 0.79
Benchmarks: Available (general population and 26 industries)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available
● Detailed narrative interpretation
● Dominant and Least Developed Intelligence Types
Factors and Scales:
● Bodily-Kinesthetic: Ability to coordinate bodily movements and/or handle objects skillfully.
● Logical-Mathematical: Ability to use logical reasoning to solve a problem. Also involves
number and computing skills.
● Linguistic: Highly developed capacity to use words effectively, in writing or in speech, as
well as to persuade, remember information, and explain.
● Visual-Spatial: Highly developed capacity to perceive the visual world accurately and to
transform, manipulate and recreate mental images.
● Musical: Ability to compose and perform musical patterns recognize pitches, tones, and
● Intrapersonal: Ability to detect and discern among one’s own feelings (self-knowledge) and
the ability to use that knowledge for personal understanding.
● Interpersonal: Capacity to understand and interact effectively with others. Ability to discern
the moods, temperaments, dispositions, motivations, and desires of other people and
● Naturalistic: Ability to understand and classify the natural environment, particularly vegetation
and animals. Includes excellent observational skills and a strong interest in nature.