Welcome to the NeuroPQ! This questionnaire helps determine how you use 23 different regions of your brain! It is based on neuroscience research and the author's actual brain imaging results of hundreds of people.
Each region of your brain helps you do various concrete and abstract tasks. By completing the NeuroPQ, you will get a profile of which tasks you tend to excel at or that engage you. The result is a unique visual portrait of your brain.
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Along a 3-point scale, rate each phrase below as "not you" (left button), "somewhat you" (middle button), or "exactly you" (right button). If you relate to only some parts of a phrase, rate it in the middle. If you find a phrase awkwardly phrased, difficult to understand, too specific or general, etc. then consider it is less like you.
Try to go quickly. Go with your first impression or gut feel.
Note: Your ratings are normalized against an average. If you rate everything high or low, you will come out average. Allow a mix of high, medium, and low ratings.
Part 1 of 9
Easily stay focused.
Stay open to new data and experiences.
Quickly make decisions, even from among several options.
Seek stimulating ideas and activities.
Organized, results-oriented, and sharp.
Engage in a creative process, often mixing and matching ideas.
Filter out distractions and criticism.
Work on multiple creative projects at once.
Evaluate situations according to a principle.
Notice and correct errors.
Reflect on new data, applying it to yourself and how it fits in your life.
Drive to clarify needs, goals, and ideas.
Reflect on criticism from others, for self-awareness.
Show confidence (regardless of your actual thoughts/feelings).
You are easy to read, showing your reactions on your face.
Part 2 of 9
Mirror others' behavior to build rapport.
Accurately visualize the details of a place or event.
Quickly pick up skills merely by observing others.
Stick to your identify and beliefs.
Often imagine someone else's situation, maybe with empathy.
Focus on what holds true regardless of the details of a situation.
Imaginatively visualize another place or time.
Evaluate people, activities, and values in terms of like or dislike.
Notice what fits a situation and make inferences about it.
Understand things using analogies.
Not embellish as you recall details with high accuracy.
Part 3 of 9
Easily follow a chain of reasoning.
Given what's known or likely, come up with a best guess or hypothesis.
Easily follow abstract ideas.
Often backtrack to correct thinking due to logic errors.
Like to offer predictions, pose questions, generalize, or interpret what's happening.
Accurately place concepts by considering multiple categories to find a best-fit.
Wordsmith with precision to convey complex ideas in a technical way.
Quick to speculate, make inferences, and offer conclusions.
Form compelling metaphors, where the parts of parallel ideas match up.
Mentally plan the steps to complete a task.
Influence others by giving suggestions.
Get puns, make jokes, and offer humorous insights.
Part 4 of 9
Excel at quickly completing complex tasks.
Comfortable with emotional complexity.
Speak and act precisely and efficiently according to a set of rules.
Easily name shades of feeling.
Monitor yourself and say "no" to impulses, emotional appeal, and mental clutter.
Monitor one's own and others' feelings, knowing how words and actions impact people emotionally.
Rapidly organize ideas into a fluent presentation.
Speak dramatically, and like art, music, writing and such to be evocative.
Part 5 of 9
Notice and follow scripts, formulas, templates, and guides.
Highly driven physically or mentally.
Draw, paint, sculpt, or otherwise excel at artistic endeavors, making forms come alive.
Draw accurate charts and diagrams, take precise measures, and color inside the lines.
Strongly motivated toward success, often in multiple interests, able to coordinate many elements and bring them together.
Express the artistic qualities of an experience.
Memorize and execute a sequence of moves (dance steps, etc.).
Sensitive to sensory input, often with fine motor skills.
Flow with a natural, casual grace.
Draw upon facts and figures.
Move energetically with determination.
Dance with rhythm, improvising moves that draw attention.
Part 6 of 9
Focus on word content, hearing what is actually said.
Hear melody, voice tone, and intent.
Attend to proper grammar, usage, and enunciation.
Good at speaking in different accents or humming a melody.
Distinguish when use of one word over another greatly alters a meaning.
Detect when someone speaks with bad intent.
Hear music in a technical way.
Notice when something "resonates" personally or when a person's voice doesn't match their words, betraying phoniness.
Easily suppress your sexual impulses or when feeling pain.
Notice ethics violations.
Use talk to get through awkward situations.
Often have to suppress a hostile reaction or feeling irritated.
Part 7 of 9
Good at sports or other activity that integrates vision with action.
Quickly do accurate arithmetic.
Skilled at using and even fixing mechanical devices.
Pay attention to your body, your mood, and your grooming.
When thinking, juggle multiple variables at once.
Skillfully move and throw objects through space, even as others and objects are moving too (like in basketball or soccer).
Learn best using a physical method such as following a finger or pointer, or referencing a mental grid.
When learning, pull together what you see and touch, and how elements move, to build a practical, working understanding.
Keenly feel inner sensations and signals such as level of comfort, energy, and hunger.
Tend to weigh pros and cons, evaluate options in light of risk and uncertainty, and calculate and compare rewards.
Stay alert for shadowy threats and others' interference.
Easily name objects, such as different kinds of cars, plants, etc.
Easily construct and run a simulation or model in your mind's eye.
May literally feel how someone else feels.
Notice leverage points to exert subtle influence.
Have a strong sense of personal space.
Never get confused about left versus right.
Like to figure out how something works.
Good at using props that require balance such as a bicycle or snowboard.
Link distantly-related data to get "ah-ha" solutions.
Part 8 of 9
Analyze others' facial expressions.
See how events connect.
Quickly notice how people respond to you and then adjust your behavior to aid, conform, appease or be romantic.
Foresee what will come next and the future.
Attend to visual details, adjusting them to be precise.
Imagine yourself within a bigger picture.
Commit details to memory for later use.
Interpret a face or image within a group or context, sensing what's going on.
Can get picky with details or factual accuracy.
Notice symbols and their hidden meaning.
Easily feel awkward or embarrassed.
Just "know" things but cannot say why.
Part 9 of 9
Focus on visual data as evidence.
Delight in visual beauty.
Mentally manipulate a 3-D object, to rotate, disassemble or rearrange it.
View the richness of a photograph or painting.
Like to be visually precise, such as having a picture line up on the wall just so.
Notice how colors, hues, textures, shapes, shading and perspectives fit aesthetically.
Analyze spaces and objects like an engineer.
Gain a visual impression of a person.
Read charts and diagrams with ease.
Get a lot of information from a person's body language.
Navigate a complex user interface.
Appreciate life's innate beauty.
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