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Every Neuro Color report includes a chart with four different colors, to represent the four brain systems Fisher has studied: Each color is further broken down — green is contemplative/contextual and empathetic/inclusive; blue is cautious/measured and concrete/structured; yellow is curious/energetic and inventive/future-oriented; and red is systems thinking and tough minded/direct.Because Fisher and Labno are hesitant to "pigeonhole" people, you see how I completed the questionnaire after work one evening in about 20 minutes." In other words, it's hard — if not impossible — to say whether Neuro Color's description of my personality is "objectively" true.When organizations have their employees take the Neuro Color Temperament Inventory and go through Neuro Color's training, they also have the option to give everyone four rubber blocks — in red, blue, green, and yellow — to represent the four brain systems.
"You like to be in the room," Labno guessed when we spoke over the phone, "kind of maybe to be the fly on the wall." This did seem highly accurate to me.Helen created it to test the degree to which you express four broad styles of thinking and behaving, each associated with one of four basic brain systems: the dopamine, serotonin, testosterone and estrogen systems.Take Helen Fisher's Personality Test First published in 1992, Helen Fisher’s “fascinating” (New York Times) Anatomy of Love quickly became a classic.Fisher is a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University and a leading expert on the science of love and relationships.The compatibility questionnaire on dating site Match, which has now been taken by upwards of 14 million people across the globe, is her handiwork.
And the little ego boost I got, from that sentence and similar ones, may be the single greatest thing I'm taking away from the report.