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Title: The Cognitive Profile Model


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The Cognitive Profile Model Introduction to the
Burke/Lonvig Model
By Dr. Lois Breur Krause, Clemson University,
South Carolina, USA
The Cognitive Profile model is based on C.G.
Jung's theory of personality type. The Jungian
personality type model has four bipolar
descriptors introvert/extrovert,
sensor/intuitive, thinker/feeler, and
judger/perceiver. The Cognitive Profile model
abbreviates the Jungian personality type model
for practical application to individual styles of
learning and comprehension. The Cognitive
Profile model uses only the thinker / feeler and
sensor / intuitive bipoles of the Jungian model
as indicators of personal processes for the
comprehension of information.
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The Cognitive Profile Model Introduction to the
Burke/Lonvig Model
The Cognitive Profile result displays the
thinker/ feeler bipole in the y-axis, and the
sensor/ intuitive bipole in the x-axis. The
Cognitive Profile model has four quadrants
described by its two bipoles SensorFeeler,
SensorThinker, IntuitiveFeeler and
IntuitiveThinker.
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The Cognitive Profile Model Introduction to the
Burke/Lonvig Model
This figure is the result of a recent online test
- The Cognitive Profile Inventory - of an
artist. Cognitive Profile Inventory is developed
for learning purposes but it is based on the same
principals as the Whole Brain Model and Herrmann
Brain Dominance Instrument - HBDI. To ease
comparison the colors of the quadrants in this
test result are equivalent to the colors in HBDI.
SeFee 0.657 SeTh 0.289 InTh
0.723 InFee 1.0
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The Cognitive Profile Model Introduction to the
Burke/Lonvig Model
This figure is the result of a recent online test
- The Cognitive Profile Inventory. It is a female
school teachers Cognitive
SeFee 1.0 SeTh 0.75 InTh 0.375 InFee
0.156
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Lucky he is already an artist. His is not logic,
realistic, nor does he know about money. This is
obvious, when you take a closer look at the blue
quadrant. His red and green quadrants are OK. He
got 1.0 in creativity, thats the yellow
quadrant. If he was not already an artist this
Cognitive Profile tells him to become one.
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Lucky she is already a school teacher. Her green
and yellow quadrants are relatively small. But.
She is a brilliant teacher. She got 1.0 in
Sensor/Feeler, thats the red quadrant. She is
logical, realistic and she know about money. If
she was not already a schoole teacher this
Cognitive Profile tells her to become one.
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The Cognitive Profile Model Introduction to the
Burke/Lonvig Model
About marriage between the artist and the teacher
Would you recommend the artist and the teacher to
marry? If they decide to merry, what specific
talks and agreements do they need before
marriage? Lets presume they marry how many
years would you predict this marriage will last?
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The Whole Brain Model Introduction to the
Burke/Lonvig Model

The Burke/Lonvig Model
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The Burke/Lonvig Model
The Burke/Lonvig Model is probably the first
creativity boost that is based on the rare
combination of 1.
Psychology, 2. Art and 3.
Information Technology - IT which are the
joined competences of Organisation Psychologist
Stephen Joseph Burke, who is Irish and Artist,
Designer, Fairy Tale Writer and Software Engineer
by IBM, Asbjorn Lonvig, who is Danish. The
Burke/Lonvig Model is conducted in seminars held
by Stephen Joseph Burke and Asbjorn Lonvig.
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In short 1. Psychology Convinces the seminar
participant through REALIZATION that he/she is
able to enter and work in the Yellow Q. 2.
Art Shows the seminar participant through
INSPIRATION how to work in the Yellow Q. 3.
Information Technology - IT the seminar
participants are supported BEFORE, DURING, and
AFTER the seminar through
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1. Psychology The Burke/Lonvig Model is based on
Carl Gustav Jungs theories. Stephen Joseph
Burke has worked with C. G. Jung's psychology for
many years and is certified in C. G. Jung's type
indicator. The Burke/Lonvig Model is further more
based on The Ned Herrmanns Whole Brain Model and
The Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument. Stephen
Joseph Burke is certified in Ned Herrmann's Brain
Dominance Instrument. The psychology part
convinces the seminar participant through
REALIZATION that he/she is able to enter and work
in the Yellow Q.
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2. Art Whoever speaks in primordial images
speaks with a thousand voices. . . This is the
secret of great art. . . the unconscious
activation of an archetypal image and. . .
elaborating and shaping this image into the
finished work. By giving it shape, the artist
translates it into the language of the present,
so makes it possible for us to find our way back
to the deepest springs of life. Therein lies the
social significance of art the artist is
constantly at work educating the spirit of the
age, conjuring up the forms in which the age is
most lacking. The. . . artist reaches back to the
primordial image. . . which is best fitted to
compensate the inadequacy and one-sidedness of
the present. . . seizes on this image, and . . .
brings it into relation with conscious values,
thereby transforming it until it can be accepted
by the minds of his contemporaries according to
their powers. C.G. Jung, On the Relation of
Analytical Psychology to Poetry
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Art Colorful Simplicity and Archetypal Features.
In Jungian psychology an archetype is an
inherited pattern of thought or symbolic imagery
derived from the past collective experience and
present in the individual unconscious. An
archetype is a model of a person, personality, or
behavior. The Burke/Lonvig Model presenting Case
Studies, Exercise Tasks and Inspirational Cases
based on Asbjorn Lonvigs art work in the genre
Colorful Simplicity. Asbjorn Lonvig probably is
the world leading artist in Colorful
Simplicity. Asbjorn Lonvig aims at simplifying
motifs in order to isolate archetypal features
and phenomena. The use of archetypes to
illuminate personality and literature was
advanced by Carl Gustav Jung early in the 20th
century. He suggested the existence of universal
content-less forms that channel experiences and
emotions, resulting in recognizable and typical
patterns of behavior with certain probable
outcomes. Thus, in fictional narratives, it is
assumed characters with strong archetypal
features will automatically and unconsciously
resonate with a large audience.
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Art To Asbjorn Lonvig the Colorful Simplicity is
- besides a way of communicating - a lifestyle.
His artist statement thus is Colorful
Simplicity in Art as in Life. An aspiration close
to what the Danish writer, poet, philosopher etc.
N. F. S. Grundtvig (1783-1872), expressed in A
plain and cheerful, active life on earth. By
inspiring the seminar participants in this way
their minds probably will ready for entering and
working into the yellow quadrant of the Whole
Brain Model (The Yellow Q). Through INSPIRATION
the seminar participants are readied to enter
into the Yellow Q.
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3. Information Technology (IT) This overview
slide show and the inspirational Case Studies
slide shows are available to the seminar
participants on the Burke/Lonvig Model Internet
Pages. During the seminar the participants need
not take any notes and what is at least equally
important is that they can use the inspirational
Case Studies at home after the seminar to
inspire themselves to enter and work in the
yellow quadrant of the Whole Brain Model (The
yellow Q). The Burke/Lonvig Model absolute force
is that it is a continuing process that is meant
for support to the seminar participants before,
during (all seminar materials are online) and
especially after the seminar when the theories
are to be implemented in real life. The
Burke/Lonvig models, that it will not stop when
the seminar stops. The Burke/Lonvig model will be
developed continuously. The Burke/Lonvig models
web site has an online news page, with news about
the model itself and most importantly about new
Case Studies that will be added frequently.
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NOTES ) N. F. S. Grundtvig. Nikolaj Frederik
Severin Grundtvig (1783 - 1872), most often
referred to as simply N. F. S. Grundtvig, was a
Danish teacher, writer, poet, philosopher,
historian, pastor, and politician. He was one of
the most influential people in Danish history, as
his philosophy gave rise to a new form of
nationalism in the last half of the 19th century.
Grundtvig and his followers are credited with
being very influential in the formulation of
modern Danish national consciousness. It was
steeped in the national literature and supported
by deep spirituality. Grundtvig holds a unique
position in the cultural history of Denmark, he
has been styled the Danish Thomas Carlyle, the
Scottish satirical writer, essayist, historian
and teacher whose work was highly influential
during the Victorian era. Grundtvig might also be
compared to Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American
essayist, philosopher, poet, and leader of the
Transcendentalist movement in the early 19th
century. Emerson's teachings directly influenced
the growing New Thought movement of the mid 1800s.
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The term "whole brain" was introduced by Ned
Herrmann, developer of the Herrmann Brain
Dominance Instrument (HBDI).To be whole brained
means to incorporate both the analytical/sequentia
l thinking of the left brain and the
kinesthetic/holistic thinking of the right
brain.Whole brain activities are both
intellectual and emotional, cognitive as well as
experiential.Things we do well are often
naturally whole brained.
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The HBDI is based on an understanding of the
four-quadrant nature of the human brain. The
brain is comprised of left and right hemispheres,
but there are also two parts of our thinking
brain The limbic and the cerebral. Each
quadrant of the brain is responsible for highly
specialized functions. Ned Herrmann's Whole
Brain model is a metaphor that demonstrated the
preferred modes of each quadrant.
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Cerebral Brain Cerebral Mode The cerebral brain
is a younger brain in evolutionary terms and is
known as the seat of thought. The powerful
cerebral brain is what distinguishes humans from
animals. The cerebral brain directs strategic
thinking and long-term planning. It adds nuance
to and mitigates the emotional response of the
limbic brain.











Limbic Brain - Limbic Mode The limbic brain is a
more primitive brain and is known as the seat of
emotion. It wraps around the brain stem like a
bagel and directs the autonomic nervous system,
fight or flight responses, learning and memory.
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The Burke/Lonvig Model
Sample 1
Sample 2
Sample 3
The first task is that you imagine your own curve
as good as you can.
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The Yellow Q and REALIZATION
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The Burke/Lonvig Model
The Yellow Quadrant is the Experimental Self
Quadrant
D. Experimental Self Infers (deduce, deduct,
derive) Imagines Speculates Takes risks Is
impetuous (impulsive, hotheaded) Brakes
rules Likes surprises Is curious / Plays
From now on we call it The Yellow Q or just Q
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In order be able to enter and get to work in
Q you must REALIZE important ground objectives,
which as a whole presents Q Realization
REALIZE Realize that the reason, why you might
seldom have been working in Q is that we in
Western Cultures in early childhood are taught
that Q behavior is not always appropriate. Look
carefully at the keywords describing Q behavior
and you will for sure recall several incidents in
your childhood where you were warned that Q
behavior was inappropriate. You will for sure
recall several incidents in your childhood where
you yourself was not satisfied with your Visual
Art creations for example a drawing. You even
might have experienced that a classmate agreed,
which of course was devastating.
Q Behavior (D. Experimental Self) Infers
(deduce, deduct, derive) Imagines Speculates Takes
risks Is impetuous (impulsive, hotheaded) Brakes
rules Likes surprises Is curious / Plays
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Luccas lazy eye Lucca, a Danish girl of 5
attended the doctor who was an eye
specialist. Luccas left eye was a lazy eye, it
is an eye for which the brain has not developed
the full capacity of seeing. The doctor measured
the lazy eyes ability to see to 20 . Luccas
medication was simple. The doctor prescribed a
PATCH. to the SOUND eye! After some time the
doctor measured the lazy eyes ability to see to
90 .
REALIZE Read the story about Luccas lazy eye.
The Q of your brain has become lazy it has not
been used or it has not been used very often.
Use it and your capacity to work in Q will raise
dramatically...
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REALIZE You fundamentally have equally the same
MENTAL skills for working in yellow Q as had
Rembrandt and Einstein. You probably just did
not know?
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REALIZE When you decide to work in Q you must
realize what you leave. You leave Quadrant A and
B. You leave your Rational Self. You leave your
Self Keeping Self.
A. Rational Self Analyzes Qualifies Is logical Is
critical Is realistic Like numbers Know about
money Knows how thing work
B. Self keeping Self Takes preventive
action Establishes procedures Gets things done Is
reliable Organizes Is neat Timely Plans
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REALIZE You leave Quadrant C. You leave your
Feeling Self.
C. Feeling Self Is sensitive to others Likes to
teach Touches a lot Is supportive Is
expressive Is emotional Talks a lot Feels
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Working your brain dominance (BD) towards Q.
Moving it upwards to the right.
A1
A2
A3
B2
B3
B1
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REALIZE That working in Q drains your mental
energy disproportionately. Monitor yourself.
Take brakes. Continuing too long in Q is not
recommendable. Be aware of the least sign that
the quality of our work declines and the least
feeling that your work is not flowing
appropriately.
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Q Euphoria A job has been finished. Based on the
research, the results of the work, and the fact
that you have worked yourself into Q you have
achieved a surplus of mental energy and you are
in the Q Euphoria. The Q Euphoria is on one
hand a very productive state. On the other hand
it is dangerous because your awareness of
monitoring yourself declines. You might be
tempted work without observing Qs
disproportional drain of mental energy.
WARNING Long term deficit of mental energy might
lead to abuse and/or mental illness, which are -
as you might know - the most deadly decease in
Western Cultures.
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REALIZE Working in Q needs your full
attention. You must assure you are in a balanced
mental state. You must avoid unnecessary
disturbances.
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REALIZE Working in Q is dangerous. By working in
Q and focusing on Q you have left A. B. and C,
you have left your rationality/logic (A), your
self control (B), and your empathy (C). Realize
the dangers of the key issues of Q behavior
(Infers (deduce, deduct, derive), imagines,
speculates, takes risks, is impetuous (impulsive,
hotheaded), brakes rules, likes surprises, is
curious / plays). Realize the dangers of Q
Euphoria (Long term deficit of mental energy
might lead to abuse and/or mental illness, which
are - as you might know - the most deadly
deceases in Western Cultures). Realize the
dangers of Hubris and Nemesis when you achieve
success by working in Q Remember that working in
Q is dangerous by recalling the common terms
yellow peril yellow terror and yellow
danger.
Now????? You might think it is too hazardous to
enter and get to work in Q. No, not at
all! However, there is one single universal
precaution you MUST take Take brakes. And the Q
Dog will guide you safely through working in the
Q.
The Q Dog Take brakes
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When you work in Q no evaluation of quality of
your product can take place. You have to wait
till you return to A. B. and C, you have to
regain rationality/logic (A), your self control
(B), and your empathy (C). When you enter A, B
and C after having worked in Q a valuable
evaluation only can take place if you consider Q
as temporary insanity. Dont use any mental
energy defending you work in Q.
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INSPIRATION
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The MAIN prerequisite for getting to work in Q
is INSPIRATION
Anybody can get to work in Q. What you need is to
REALIZE the ground objectives in working in Q
What you need is INSPIRATION.
Thats why Case Studies focus on INSPIRATION
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When you work in Q no evaluation of the quality
of your product can take place. You have to wait
till you return to A. B. and C, you have to
regain rationality/logic (A), your self control
(B), and your empathy (C). When you enter A, B
and C after having worked in Q a valuable
evaluation only can take place if you consider Q
as temporary insanity. Dont use any mental
energy defending you work in Q.
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