What Brain Quadrant Are You?


You Are the Upper Left Quadrant

You are logical and analytical. You truly enjoy learning how things work, and you want to know every detail.

Complexity doesn’t put you off; it thrills you. You like to delve deep into a subject, even if it takes years to master.

You are very realistic. You are neither unduly optimistic nor unduly pessimistic – you see risk clearly.

Some may think that you are too critical, but you are good at anticipating (and solving) problems before they become serious.

Post Modern Political Leanings

I don’t get into a lot of political talk. I have an Uncle who loves discussions of politics, not individual issues but politics itself. My ex-husband used to be interested as well. He looked for labels to describe political leanings, points of view. I still don’t know where I fit in. Here, in Canada, we don’t have Republican and Democratic. We have Liberal and Conservative as the two main parties, but there are others: NDP being one which is beginning to gain ground. The Green Party is still pretty new but also picked up their pace this month in the latest election.

Anyway, Bev posted a link to Political Typology and I took the quiz. I came out as Post Modern. I’m not really sure what meaning this has but it does sound pretty impressive in a sci fi way. I’ve cut and pasted the description from the site. Some of it is on the mark, some of it is interesting and some is way off base. For instance, I’ve never watched The Daily Show and I don’t see myself as all that liberal when it comes to social issues.

Post-Moderns
13% OF THE PUBLIC

What They Believe
Generally supportive of government, though more conservative on race policies and the safety net
Strongly supportive of regulation and environmental protection
Most (56%) say Wall Street helps the economy more than it hurts
Very liberal on social issues, including same-sex marriage
One of the least religious groups: nearly a third are unaffiliated with any religious tradition
Favor the use of diplomacy rather than force
Who They Are
The youngest of the typology groups: 32% under age 30
A majority are non-Hispanic white and have at least some college experience
Half live in either the Northeast or the West
A majority (58%) live in the suburbs
63% use social networking
One-in-five regularly listen to NPR; 14% regularly watch The Daily Show

The Colour Quiz

My results from The Color Quiz

Your Existing Situation

“Creative and emotional, looking for ways to further expand those qualities. Looking for a partner who enjoys the same activities. Seeking adventure and new and unusual activities.”

Your Stress Sources

Feeling empty and isolated from others and trying to bridge the gap between herself and others. Wants to live life to the fullest and experience as much as possible. she cannot stand any restrictions or obstacles put in her way and only longs to be free.

Your Restrained Characteristics

 

“Finds satisfaction in sexual activity, but is emotionally detached which prevents her from becoming too involved.”

Current situations force her into compromise and placing her own hopes and desires on hold for the time being.

Is feeling emotionally drained from stressful and tense situations. she is in need of peace and quiet in order to overcome her lack of energy and may become irritable if she does not recover.

“He is able to find satisfaction through sexual activity, but can be restless and emotionally distant so she never really gets too involved with others.”

Current situations force her into compromise and placing her own hopes and desires on hold for the time being.

 

Your Desired Objective

Very active imagination and may be prone to fantasies and daydreaming. Always dreaming of interesting and exciting things to happen to her. Is a charmer and wants to be admired for that.

Your Actual Problem

“Feeling held back and restricted from moving forward, looking for a solution that will give her more freedom and less obstacles.”

Your Actual Problem #2

“Fears she will be held back from achieving things she really wants, leading her to search endlessly for satisfaction and become involved in activities which are pointless.”