This 2 ft x 3 ft coloring poster allows a person to self-assess their cognitive skills according to 60 neocortex sub-regions. The poster's center includes a blank map of the neocortex. A user rates each skill area, computes simple averages, and colors in the neocortex using crayons, colored-pencils or markers, as desired. The result is a unique map of that person's likely cognitive, emotional, and behavior strengths and pitfalls, all based on the latest understanding of how the brain aids and shapes who we are. The hands-on coloring is a hit with all audiences. A completed poster acts as a personal take-home portrait. Poster includes space for demographic information including personality type.
Typically requires 30-40 minutes to complete.
The 60 skill-sets are grouped into 20 broad regions that link to international EEG notation and familiar brain anatomy such as left anterior temporal region (T3) or left occipital lobe (O2). The poster does not represent whole-brain patterns or neural circuits. Optionally, users can total and normalize their results to render a portrait of relative strengths.
Important: Completing the poster requires a set of 6 colors of crayons or pencils including black, blue, green, yellow, orange, and red. The order does NOT include these.
RESTRICTED ACCESS: Purchasing 2+ posters requires you have completed the seminar titled NeuroPQ: Your Tool for Brain Assessment.