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- SourceAvailable from: Muna Saif[Show abstract] [Hide abstract] ABSTRACT: The study aimed at testing the multiple intelligence theory in Oman using The Rogers Indicator of Multiple Intelligences (RIMI). Data was collected from a randomly selected sample of 874 subjects of high school students. Cronbach's alpha was used to test the indicator's reliability. Two advanced statistical methods were also used, namely: Exploratory factor analysis (EFA) and Confirmatory factors analysis (CFA). The EFA was used to identify the underlying dimensions of each construct of the instrument, while CFA was used to confirm the dimension and to analyze the fitness of the data collected in hypothesized model. The results provide evidence that the adapted scale achieved sound psychometric properties. An Arabic version of The Rogers Indicator of Multiple Intelligences could be used by school counselors to identify students’ intelligence types.
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