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    Lightbulb Test: Your Creative Brain

    Very enjoyable and more informative than most typology tests:

    http://www.shelleycarson.com/creative-brain-test

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    “We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.” Randy Pausch

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    Your Creative Test Results




    Brainset
    Part 1 Part 2 Total
    Connect 3 6 9
    Reason 3 2 5
    Envision 4 3 7
    Absorb 6 3 9
    Transform 0 2 2
    Evaluate 1 2 3
    Stream 0

    Now look at the two scores below. This determines your preferred pathway to creative ideas. You can learn about the deliberate and spontaneous pathways in Chapter Four. If your scores in the Deliberate and Spontaneous rows were approximately the same, you are already able to flexibly switch between the two pathways. You can learn how to do this even more effectively in Chapter Twelve.
    As you read the book, pay particular attention to brainsets that do not match your favored mental comfort zone. Your goal is to develop the ability to access (and to tolerate) brainsets that feel uncomfortable to you now.
    Pathway Total
    Deliberate 7
    Spontaneous 13

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    Your Creative Test Results

    Your primary mental comfort zone is the row in which you have the highest number points. Your secondary mental comfort zone is row in which you have the next highest number of points.
    Brainset Part 1 Part 2 Total
    Connect 2 3 5
    Reason 2 6 8
    Envision 2 0 2
    Absorb 4 2 6
    Transform 0 1 1
    Evaluate 3 4 7
    Stream 0

    Now look at the two scores below. This determines your preferred pathway to creative ideas. You can learn about the deliberate and spontaneous pathways in Chapter Four. If your scores in the Deliberate and Spontaneous rows were approximately the same, you are already able to flexibly switch between the two pathways. You can learn how to do this even more effectively in Chapter Twelve.
    As you read the book, pay particular attention to brainsets that do not match your favored mental comfort zone. Your goal is to develop the ability to access (and to tolerate) brainsets that feel uncomfortable to you now.
    Pathway Total
    Deliberate 10
    Spontaneous 8

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    Your primary mental comfort zone is the row in which you have the highest number points. Your secondary mental comfort zone is row in which you have the next highest number of points.

    Brainset Part 1 Part 2 Total
    Connect 4 5 9
    Reason 3 2 5
    Envision 4 4 8
    Absorb 5 4 9
    Transform 0 3 3
    Evaluate 3 1 4
    Stream 0
    Now look at the two scores below. This determines your preferred pathway to creative ideas. You can learn about the deliberate and spontaneous pathways in Chapter Four. If your scores in the Deliberate and Spontaneous rows were approximately the same, you are already able to flexibly switch between the two pathways. You can learn how to do this even more effectively in Chapter Twelve.

    As you read the book, pay particular attention to brainsets that do not match your favored mental comfort zone. Your goal is to develop the ability to access (and to tolerate) brainsets that feel uncomfortable to you now.

    Pathway Total
    Deliberate 6
    Spontaneous 14

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    Your Creative Test Results

    Your primary mental comfort zone is the row in which you have the highest number points. Your secondary mental comfort zone is row in which you have the next highest number of points.

    Brainset Part 1 Part 2 Total
    Connect 3 3 6
    Reason 4 3 7
    Envision 4 3 7
    Absorb 5 2 7
    Transform 0 4 4
    Evaluate 2 4 6
    Stream 0

    Now look at the two scores below. This determines your preferred pathway to creative ideas. You can learn about the deliberate and spontaneous pathways in Chapter Four. If your scores in the Deliberate and Spontaneous rows were approximately the same, you are already able to flexibly switch between the two pathways. You can learn how to do this even more effectively in Chapter Twelve.
    As you read the book, pay particular attention to brainsets that do not match your favored mental comfort zone. Your goal is to develop the ability to access (and to tolerate) brainsets that feel uncomfortable to you now.
    Pathway Total
    Deliberate 10
    Spontaneous 10

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    O~kay! Sounds good! I did take this test spontaneously I checked the definition section as well to know more about my results:

    A = absorb brainset
    When you access the absorb brainset, you open your mind to new experiences and ideas. You uncritically view your world and take in knowledge. Everything fascinates you and attracts your attention.


    C = connect brainset
    When you access the connect brainset, you enter a defocused state of attention that allows you to see the connections between objects or concepts that are quite disparate in nature. You are able to generate multiple solutions to a given problem rather than focusing on a single solution. The ability to generate multiple solutions is combined with an upswing in positive emotion that also provides incentive and motivation to keep you interested in your creative project.

    Here are the other definitions. @Vespertine @Attis @Raver & co. + people who'll take the quiz after us:

    R = reason brainset
    When you access the reason brainset, you consciously manipulate information in your working memory to solve a problem. This is the state of purposeful planning that comprises much of our daily consciously-directed mental activity. When you say that you’re “thinking” about something, you are generally referring to this brainset.

    En = envision brainset
    When you access the envision brainset, you think visually rather than verbally. You are able to see and manipulate objects in your mind’s eye. You see patterns emerge. In this brainset you tend to think metaphorically as you “see” the similarities between disparate concepts. This is the brainset of imagination.

    T = transform brainset
    When you access the transform brainset, you find yourself in a self-conscious and dissatisfied – or even distressed – state of mind. You can use this state to transform negative energy into works of art and great performances. In this state you are painfully vulnerable; but you are also motivated to express (in creative form) the pain, the anxieties, and the hopes that we all share as part of the human experience.

    Ev = evaluate brainset
    When you access the evaluate brainset, you consciously judge the value of ideas, concepts, products, behaviors, or individuals. This is the “critical eye” of mental activity. This brainset allows you to evaluate your creative ideas and products to ensure they meet your criteria for usefulness and appropriateness.

    S = stream brainset
    When you access the stream brainset, your thoughts and actions begin to flow in a steady harmonious sequence, almost as if they were orchestrated by outside forces. The stream brainset is associated with the production of creative material, such as jazz improvisation, narrative writing (as in novels or short stories), sculpting or painting, and the step-by-step revelation of scientific discovery.

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