0 Evaluation: Logical Study, Analysis: tangible problem solving; weighing information against measurable or verifiable criteria; conscious, intentional, procedural, factual activity with the mind which arrive at generalizations, judgments, decisions, or solutions.
Evaluation; logical study, analysis requiring mentally weighing relevant information, numbers, or data relative to measurable or verifiable criteria; conscious, intentional, methodical, systematic, procedural thinking.
|Evaluation: to appraise carefully; to judge as to worth or amount; to estimate generally.||High motivation indicates that this person has a logical mind which makes sense of what is perceived regarding the big picture and pieces of the picture-but in the context of that big picture. It is evaluation or assessment after perception, not the process of perception itself. Emphasis is on patterns, linkage, and relationships. Intuition may be involved in conjunction with this evaluation/assessment process.|
|Moderate motivation indicates that this person is logical and analytical, striving to make sense of perceptions by identifying how things logically fit together. This talent fits well with scientific, research, management, literary, and/or computational activities. It functions in a conceptual context. See factors in the data and reason sections of the Worker Trait Code System to know how evaluation relates to other mental processes.|
|Low motivation indicates that this person is oriented toward what is tangible, factual and functional, where logic is based on utility: what is it? how do I use it? what can I do with it? Logic is used to figure things out, often by trial and error in actual practice. Learning is achieved best by apprenticeship. Problem solving relies heavily on this person's past experience.|