Brain Usage Profile

Exact­ly how did I miss the release of Tanya Huf­f’s new Keep­er book?

Weird. I real­ly would have thought I’d be way, way less visu­al. I don’t think of myself as a visu­al per­son, but I do com­pre­hend any­thing writ­ten bet­ter than any­thing I sim­ply hear. I guess that counts.

Your Brain Usage Pro­file:

Audi­to­ry : 38%
Visu­al : 61%
Left : 52%
Right : 47%

Cyn, you exhib­it an even bal­ance between left- and right-hemi­sphere dom­i­nance and a slight pref­er­ence for visu­al over audi­to­ry pro­cess­ing. With a score this bal­anced, it is like­ly that you would have slight­ly dif­fer­ent results each time you com­plete this self-assess­ment quiz. 

You are a well-round­ed per­son, dis­tinct­ly indi­vid­u­al­is­tic and artis­tic, an active and mul­ti­di­men­sion­al learn­er. At the same time, you are log­i­cal and dis­ci­plined, can oper­ate well with­in an orga­ni­za­tion, and are sen­si­tive towards oth­ers with­out los­ing objec­tiv­i­ty. You are orga­nized and goal-direct­ed. Although a “think­ing” indi­vid­ual, you “take in” entire sit­u­a­tions read­i­ly and can act on intuition. 

You some­times tend to vac­il­late in your learn­ing styles. Learn­ing might take you longer than some­one of equal intel­lect, but you will tend to be more thor­ough and retain the mate­r­i­al longer than those oth­er indi­vid­u­als. You will alter­nate between log­ic and impulse. This vac­il­la­tion will not nor­mal­ly be inten­tion­al or delib­er­ate, so you may expe­ri­ence anx­i­ety in sit­u­a­tions where you are not cer­tain which aspect of your­self will be called on. 

With a slight pref­er­ence for visu­al pro­cess­ing, you tend to be encom­pass­ing in your per­cep­tions, process along mul­ti­di­men­sion­al paths and active in your attack­ing of sit­u­a­tions or learning. 

Over­all, you should feel con­tent with your life and your­self. You are, per­haps, a lit­tle too crit­i­cal of yourself—and of others—while main­tain­ing an “open­ness” which tem­pers that ten­den­cy. Inde­ci­sive­ness is a prob­lem and your cre­ativ­i­ty may not be in keep­ing with your poten­tial. Being a prag­ma­tist, you down­play this aspect of your­self and focus on the more imme­di­ate, obvi­ous, and the more functional.

Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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