Cognitive Typology Model While CT is based on a growing body of data, the interpretation of that information is still necessary. As with any field of study –whether it’s physics or biology– a theoretical model is used to give context, explanation and structure to the observations seen. The following is a brief overview of the […]Continue reading "Cognitive Typology Model"
Emergent Properties Before delving into the CT Model, we first have to lay the framework for how CT is conceptualized in the broadest sense. The model is composed of four main layers of analysis that scale up exponentially through the phenomenon of emergence. Thus, to understand how CT is framed we need a proper introduction […]Continue reading "Cognitive Typology’s Four Layers"
Cognitive Typology’s Methodology Cognitive Typology (CT) is a research project investigating what elements of psychology can be predicted by analyzing facial expressions, body mannerisms, voice tone and gesticulation styles; collectively referred to as vultology. Our research has found roughly 110 vultology signals (known as the vultology code) that can predict different elements of psychology with […]Continue reading "Cognitive Typology’s Methodology"