There are a total of 10 archetypes, each representing a thinking style, formed with a combination of 3 main thinking perspectives. Your archetype is determined by the score you obtained for three thinking perspectives, based on your answers to the questions asked during the assessment. If you obtain a very low score of one or more of the perspectives, they are not considered in determining your thinking style archetype.
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- How does the system recognize the emotions of a person?
- How does the emotion recognition technology work?
- How do you know the emotion recognition is accurate? How was it developed?
- What types of facial expressions does the emotion recognition recognize?
- Do I have to take off my glasses or hat (preferably to allow webcam to see face better)?
- How many archetypes are there in thinking styles?
- Is a thinking style perspective better than the other?
- What are the different thinking style archetypes?
- What are the difference among the three different thinking perspectives?