EEG Intelligence
Quotient

EEG Intelligence
Quotient
EEG Intelligence
Quotient
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Intelligence is the capability of many human cognitive abilities, including learning, memory, problem solving, abstract thinking and logical reasoning. The brain is responsible for overall cognition, and we can use EEG to analyze brainwave signals and evaluate the intelligence performance in terms of the neurological functions.

Understand Your Strengths and Weaknesses

The brain has the ability to process specific information, and this ability to help solve problems is called intelligence. ExeBrain introduces “Analysis of Brain-Behavior Relationship (ABBR)”, which uses brainwaves to estimate the IQ, to understand the brain’s intelligence in a non-invasive way, and to understand the strengths and weaknesses of your brain status.

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Intelligence is the capability of many human cognitive abilities, including learning, memory, problem solving, abstract thinking and logical reasoning. The brain is responsible for overall cognition, and we can use EEG to analyze brainwave signals and evaluate the intelligence performance in terms of the neurological functions.

Understand Your Strengths and Weaknesses

The brain has the ability to process specific information, and this ability to help solve problems is called intelligence. ExeBrain introduces “Analysis of Brain-Behavior Relationship (ABBR)”, which uses brainwaves to estimate the IQ, to understand the brain’s intelligence in a non-invasive way, and to understand the strengths and weaknesses of your brain status.

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Intelligence is the capability of many human cognitive abilities, including learning, memory, problem solving, abstract thinking and logical reasoning. The brain is responsible for overall cognition, and we can use EEG to analyze brainwave signals and evaluate the intelligence performance in terms of the neurological functions.

Understand Your Strengths and Weaknesses

The brain has the ability to process specific information, and this ability to help solve problems is called intelligence. ExeBrain introduces “Analysis of Brain-Behavior Relationship (ABBR)”, which uses brainwaves to estimate the IQ, to understand the brain’s intelligence in a non-invasive way, and to understand the strengths and weaknesses of your brain status.

Who can benefit from ABBR?
Who can benefit from ABBR?
Who can benefit from ABBR?
  • Children and adolescents aged 8-18 years old; ABBR is used to measure individual intelligence performance.

  • Children and adolescents aged 8-18 years old; ABBR is used to measure individual intelligence performance.
  • Children and adolescents aged 8-18 years old; ABBR is used to measure individual intelligence performance.
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction

IQ can be used to represent basic abilities, not only to understand the cognitive abilities of the subject, but also to compare the subject with the same age group to understand the differences in a particular ability. The IQ measured by ABBR can predict short-term academic performance and assess an individual’s relative strengths and weaknesses.
This test uses the NeuroGuide™ database from Applied Neuroscience Inc., the United States. ExeBrain introduces this technology to conduct the EEG-behavior analysis of the IQ assessment. Exebrain establishes effective criterion that are highly correlated with traditional IQ tests.

IQ can be used to represent basic abilities, not only to understand the cognitive abilities of the subject, but also to compare the subject with the same age group to understand the differences in a particular ability. The IQ measured by ABBR can predict short-term academic performance and assess an individual’s relative strengths and weaknesses.
This test uses the NeuroGuide™ database from Applied Neuroscience Inc., the United States. ExeBrain introduces this technology to conduct the EEG-behavior analysis of the IQ assessment. Exebrain establishes effective criterion that are highly correlated with traditional IQ tests.

IQ can be used to represent basic abilities, not only to understand the cognitive abilities of the subject, but also to compare the subject with the same age group to understand the differences in a particular ability. The IQ measured by ABBR can predict short-term academic performance and assess an individual’s relative strengths and weaknesses.
This test uses the NeuroGuide™ database from Applied Neuroscience Inc., the United States. ExeBrain introduces this technology to conduct the EEG-behavior analysis of the IQ assessment. Exebrain establishes effective criterion that are highly correlated with traditional IQ tests.

Testing Process
Testing Process
Testing Process

This test is for medical professionals as a reference only. Please consult a clinical psychologist or child psychiatrist for the clinical meaning and related medical issues.

This test is for medical professionals as a reference only. Please consult a clinical psychologist or child psychiatrist for the clinical meaning and related medical issues.

This test is for medical professionals as a reference only. Please consult a clinical psychologist or child psychiatrist for the clinical meaning and related medical issues.

Other Description
For reference only
The assessment of intelligence quotient (IQ) should be supplemented with standardized intelligence tests and tests of specific aptitudes and academic achievement to identify the specific talents of individuals. The IQ score can predict performance in life, but it may not be highly correlated with future performance; a high IQ does not guarantee future success.
For current condition only
Intelligence performance could be different with changes in education, learning and the environment; therefore, IQ scores assessed by ABBR represent only the condition currently, not a fixed index.
Please Note
The electrodes on the cap are absolutely safe, they only collect the brainwave signals from the relative position of your head, and the cap itself does not discharge electricity or any invasive substances.
Disclaimer
This test is for medical professionals as a reference only. Please consult a clinical psychologist or child psychiatrist for the clinical meaning and related medical issues.
Other Description
For reference only
The assessment of intelligence quotient (IQ) should be supplemented with standardized intelligence tests and tests of specific aptitudes and academic achievement to identify the specific talents of individuals. The IQ score can predict performance in life, but it may not be highly correlated with future performance; a high IQ does not guarantee future success.
For current condition only
Intelligence performance could be different with changes in education, learning and the environment; therefore, IQ scores assessed by ABBR represent only the condition currently, not a fixed index.
Please Note
The electrodes on the cap are absolutely safe, they only collect the brainwave signals from the relative position of your head, and the cap itself does not discharge electricity or any invasive substances.
Disclaimer
This test is for medical professionals as a reference only. Please consult a clinical psychologist or child psychiatrist for the clinical meaning and related medical issues.
Other Description
For reference only
The assessment of intelligence quotient (IQ) should be supplemented with standardized intelligence tests and tests of specific aptitudes and academic achievement to identify the specific talents of individuals. The IQ score can predict performance in life, but it may not be highly correlated with future performance; a high IQ does not guarantee future success.
For current condition only
Intelligence performance could be different with changes in education, learning and the environment; therefore, IQ scores assessed by ABBR represent only the condition currently, not a fixed index.
Please Note
The electrodes on the cap are absolutely safe, they only collect the brainwave signals from the relative position of your head, and the cap itself does not discharge electricity or any invasive substances.
Disclaimer
This test is for medical professionals as a reference only. Please consult a clinical psychologist or child psychiatrist for the clinical meaning and related medical issues.