Normal range


What is means

Your Connectivity score reflects how well different regions of your brain are able to coordinate and communicate. 

What it tests

Systemic function of the brain and the ability of neurons to coordinate signaling.

Why it's important

The is a systemic test, which means that scores reflect the coordination of neurons throughout the cerebral cortex. Coordinated signaling allows the brain to process information from different sources. Poor Connectivity scores have been correlated with impaired motor skills and autism spectrum disorders. 

Tests used to compute your scores

Timing Challenge and TOJC Challenge

Blog articles about Connectivity

The Connectivity Measure

Fractal patterns in the brain

Autism and GABA