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EQ, IQ, AQ and CQ

Multiple intelligences theory was discovered by Dr. Howard Gardner as a model of intelligence that set apart intelligence into varied modalities, rather than seeing it as subjugated by a single general ability. Intelligence includes many abilities for reasoning, problem solving, learning, planning, understanding and abstract thoughts.

The Quotients has been found into

Emotional Quotient (EQ)
Emotional Quotient makes us aware of our feelings and that of others. It gives empathy, motivation, compassion and an ability to respond skillfully to pleasure and pain by understanding own emotions and the emotions of the others and to act appropriately.

Intelligent Quotient (IQ)
Intelligent Quotient is the ultimate intelligence of a person. It is the ability to carry out abstract thinking, to adjust yourself to your environment. Intelligent activity consists of grasping the essentials in a given situation and responding.

Adversity Quotient (AQ)
Adversity Quotient is a measure of how you respond to adversity. It indicates how well you withstand adversity and your ability to surmount it. This predicts who gives up and who fights back and wins.

Creativity Quotient (CQ)
Creativity Quotient is the ability to generate innovative ideas and manifest them from thought into reality. The process involves original thinking and then producing.