Normal Range


What it means

Your Sequencing / Temporal Order Judgment score reflects how well your brain is able to keep track of the order of events.

What it tests

Integrity of the frontal-striatal cortex. 

Why it's important

The frontal-striatal pathways control many of the brain's executive functions, including decision making, behavioral control, and information processing. A poor Sequencing / Temporal Order Judgment score can arise from conditions such as autism, migraine, chronic pain, and traumatic injury to the frontal-striatal area.

Tests used to compute your score

Timing Challenge

Blog articles about Sequencing / Temporal Order Judgment

The TOJ Measure

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