Discover Brain DMIT Report consists of:
This was brought into existence through the DISC Profile of Dr. William Moulton Marston where he categorised people into the following categories:
DISC Profile was given a BIRD Profile by Dr. Gary Couture, so the change was as follows:
a) Dominant became Eagle,
b) Influential became Peacock,
c) Steady became Dove, and
d) Complaint became Owl.
- Total Ridge Count (TRC):
This helps understand a person’s inborn learning potential, we get to understand how slow or a quick learner a person is, and how strong or weak his concentration is, hence it is categorised as follows:
- Multiple Intelligences Distribution:
Multiple Intelligence Distribution: through this we understand an individual’s multiple intelligence distribution. In 1983 Prof. Howard Gardner in his book called “Frames of Mind” he came up with the theory of Multiple Intelligences. According to him, every human being is born with 8 different types of Multiple Intelligences, the distribution of which is different in different human beings as a result of the unique distribution of neuron cells in human beings.
a) Intrapersonal Intelligence (Self Smart): when a person is self-smart then he is
b) Interpersonal Intelligence (People Smart): when a person is people smart then he is
co-operative and friendly,
sympathetic and empathetic,
c) Logical Intelligence (Number Smart): when a person is number smart then he is
good with numbers and calculations.
d) Visual/Spatial Intelligence (Picture Smart): when a person is picture smart then he is
good with roads and navigation.
e) Kinaesthetic Intelligence (Body Smart): when a person is body smart then he is
good hand-eye coordination,
good hand-leg coordination,
f) Linguistic Intelligence (Word Smart): when a person is word smart then he is
good at written and spoken expressions,
good at spelling and writing,
good at understanding languages.
g) Musical Intelligence (Music Smart): when a person is music smart then he is
good with tones, rhythms, and pitches,
likes to sing,
can play musical instruments,
can compose music,
can discriminate auditory variations,
can take notice of 3D effects or sound effects in movies/visuals.
h) Naturalist Intelligence (Nature Smart): when a person is nature smart then he is
good at nurturing,
likes the outdoors,
likes outdoor activities,
likes animals and plants,
- Brain Dominance:
In 1981, Dr. Roger W. Sperry proved that the human brain functions as the left brain and the right brain. If a person is left brain dominant, he will be more of a logical and a practical person and if a person is a left-brain dominant, he will be more of an emotional and intuitive being.
Neil Flemming said that there are three inborn learning patterns which are, Visual, Auditory, and Kinaesthetic. People can learn most the things through the learning pattern which is the most dominant for them and then pick up other things through the two other less dominant patterns.
Visual Learners learn by seeing, they make visual associations.
Auditory Learners learn by hearing, they love music, debates and discussions.
Kinaesthetic Learners learn by doing and through gestures, they are called hyperactive people.
There are five types of acquiring methods
a) Cognitive: a person who is independent and discovers and explores and executes on his own; a self-achiever.
b) Affective: a person who gets affected by the environment and the people around him, an imitation learner, and who is good with relationship building and networking.
c) Critical: is an “out of the box thinker”, rebellious and unique with his perceptions and ideas.
d) Reflective: is a person who is like a “sponge” taking in everything and then reflecting upon to take decisions and execute. He even sets benchmarks.
e) Integrated: a person who is into multi-tasking and has a compound learning style and various interests.
there are four kinds of quotients
a) Intelligence Quotient (IQ): he will be good with academics, a problem solver, good at memorizing and will be creative and imaginative.
b) Emotional Quotient (EQ): he will be an emotionally balanced person, well behaved and good with understanding people.
c) Adversity Quotient (AQ): he will be good with dead-lines and under pressure situations; he will thrive in challenges and bounce back with a stronger determination.
d) Creativity Quotient (CQ): he will be creative, artistic, original, and innovative. He will have a great deal of possibilities.
There are extra- curricular activities based on Multiple Intelligences and the best suited career options for individuals. The career options are star rated.
The report also talks about compatibility between personalities.