We tend to assume that all minds think alike.
But that is not the case. Based on 45 years of cutting-edge research, Dr. Dawna Markova has identified six unique patterns that our minds use to process information, each with its own way of learning and communicating. These patterns reflect the sequence we take in and express visual, auditory, and kinesthetic (physical) information. These patterns are not related to personality or gender; they focus solely on the way we perceive and convey information.