PersonAbilities’ "Neuro Typing System" measures how we digest the outside world. Our neurology gives us specific information directly from our nervous system.
The four Quadrants measure two broad spectrums that explain several different neural differences. These spectrums are Discerner vs Analyzer and Realist vs Idealist. Your bearing is what differentiates you from others in your quadrant.
Intelligence Types deal with specific intellectual
capabilities, Culture Types deal with the mind’s software, and Temperament Types deal with our outside behavior. Neuro Types are focused on the inner psychology and operating style of
what’s going on inside – the impressions, templates, and forms that others won’t normally see.
Your neural processing is broken into different sections. Your quadrant and your bearing. Each of these divisions separates you into one of 12 total Neuro types.
Discerners - are made up of individuals who prefer to see the world from a detached perspective. They focus on being uninfluenced by the intellectual norms of society.
Idealists - are made up of individuals who process the world through the lens of their values and emotions.
Analyzers - are made up of people who’re very connected to their instincts. They are sensory individuals who may prefer to gather information that relates to tangible reality.
Realists - are made up by people who’re directly linked to the world of everyday society. Their minds organize information to help them function to the best of their ability.
Major - is focused on active psychological states. This energy makes things happen through a positive mental force. It relies on a very unconscious flow of energy.
Neutral - is focused on a symmetrical psychological state. It incorporates features of both the Major and Minor Bearings while striving to be more abstract and detached in its processing
Minor - is focused on passive psychological states. It takes a longer amount of time to process sensory and intellectual perceptions.