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Complex Thinking, Extended

This test builds on Complex Thinking - Base, please see separate specification. It also includes two additional complex and important abilities; Impulse control and Conceptualization. This means you will also get with a good understanding of a person’s “self-control” and the ability to understand what is important in a context.  The test also indicates an individual’s ability to update his/her actions when given new information.

Main abilities

Impulse control

The ability to control oneself and to inhibit behaviors like impulses, actions, reactions. Examples when this is important:

  •    To be able to stop one’s own irrelevant thoughts and impulses

  •    To be able to assess when impulses are correct and affirm these

Conceptualization

The ability to identify, sort and see relevant patterns in complex amounts of information and contexts. Examples why this is important:

  •    To quickly see important connections in information-dense decision material

  •    To be able to opt out unimportant connections

Supporting quality indicator - Update

How fast you are updating your strategy when performing tasks while receiving new, contradictory information (conflict information). Examples why this is important:

  •    To be able to adapt actions based on new information

  •    Not to get stuck in old, non-relevant behavioral patterns

Read more about the other tests Complex thinking, Basic or Full Cognitive Profile

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