PersonAbilities’ 'Intelligence Typing System' measures 8 brain functions that govern executive control, the ability to systemize logic, abstract thinking skills, creativity, strategic thinking, visual-spatial acumen, normative functioning, and communication abilities.
These brain functions are located in clearly defined regions of the neocortex. The Intelligence test is not based on psychological theories. The intelligence test is based on modern neuroscience and data analytics.
When compared to actual MRI scans, our Intelligence Test results have always been a perfect match. PersonAbilities is confidently committed to cutting-edge research to make our services more empirically valid than other creators of personality systems.
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Each type is broken into different sections: Tribe, mode, and role. Each of these divisions separates participants into one of 24 total personalities.
Preferred Area of Comfort
Deciders - Like to think about strategy, and the bigger picture
Trailblazers - Like to get things started and try new things
Creators - Like developing new ideas and seeing them come to fruition
Integrators - Like processes and cohesion above all else
In your groups, where do you typically fall in your responsabilities?
Leaders - Like to take charge and lead the team
Operators - Like to make sure things are organized and efficient
Builders - Like to construct, develop, and get hands on in laying the groundwork
Your mode represents whether your first response to a stimulus is to react externally or process internally.
Active - Do you prefer to get things started, move ahead, interact with others, and experience strong physical emotion?
Reflective - Do you prefer to pause and think, read and wonder, and experience intellectual stimulation?
Many simple personality tests are roughly 80% accurate. You’ve probably read a description from another personality test and it felt like reading a horoscope – generic.
PersonAbilities is now at about 98% accuracy (percentage of respondents who believe that the test is accurate). We actively use data analytics to improve the accuracy of our tests. We are also constantly coming up with new insights and sharing them with previous test-takers on a regular basis as we learn more
Many personality tests struggle to reach 50% test retake reliability (the test giving you the same results multiple times in a row). We are currently at around 80% reliability, with most of the remaining 20% being minor changes that could be attributed to normal fluctuations in personality. We are also working with independent researchers to validate the accuracy of our assessments. However, the strongest evidence for accuracy we can provide is for you to take the test yourself!