The Fourth Marking Period I took a questionnaire on Brain Typing.
To help my coaches understand how to help me perform to the best of my ability.
To help my parents to better understand me as an individual.
The information that my Sports Psychology Class and I compiled for you is not meant to be complete. It is general information, and some areas may not be totally accurate for you. We do however, hope you and your parents enjoy reading these findings.
There are 16 different Brain Types. You will have one brain type and there will be another brain type that is opposite of yours.
A great deal of this information comes from Dr. Carl Jung. (Psychologist), Isabel Myers and the Brain Dr. Jonathan Niednagel.
There are four pairs for Mental Preferences. (1) Extraversion (E) and Introversion (I), (2) Sensing (S) and iNtuition (N), (3) Thinking (T) and Feeling (F), and (4) Judging (J) and Perceiving (P). This report will concentrate on my Brain Type and will not give any information on the other Brain Types.
Player: Scott Baumgard.
Brain Type: ESFP - Extraversion, Sensing, Feeling, and Perceiving - "Entertainer-.
Key Characteristics: performs to entertain others' enjoys creating party like atmosphere' spender_ not a saver, expressive, down to earth; radiates warmth and optimism; impulsive, enjoys promoting and business; rhythmical and athletic; gross motor skilled.
SP Characteristics (Hummingbird): Freedom loving, proficient with tools, lives for the moment, persuasive, realistic, down to earth, action oriented, risk taker, entertaining, warm and playful, optimist negotiator.
Dominate Function: .
Frequently Chosen Professions: Tour and travel, sales, public relations, catering, performing arts, athletics, nursing, child care, cosmetology, designing, transportation operatives, construction.
This area presents the question, where do people get their energy-the outer world for people, action and things (E), or the inner world of ideas, contemplation and reflection (I)?.