The Image-IQ Survey ©
The Image-IQ Survey © is an intercultural cognitive-emotional communications skills inventory developed to address the fact that most humans see themselves as members of “the norm” or “normal” group. After decades of practical research in intercultural communication and applying principles from anthropology, cultural psychology, and cognitive psychology.
The survey assesses
four levels of skills
Social Bonding Orientation
Manifestation of Bias Vulnerability
Family Diversity Orientation
Take the survey with an open mind, ready to explore your unconscious intercultural communication skills!
Profesor del Centro Latino
At Fuller Theological Seminary
Johnny Ramírez Johnson
Ramírez-Johnson describes himself as a practical theologian working at the intersection of the social sciences and theology. Integrating principles from anthropology, cultural psychology, and cognitive psychology, he developed the Image-IQ Survey, an intercultural communication skills inventory.
Johnny Ramírez-Johnson’s wide-ranging education began in Puerto Rico with a bachelor’s in theology, a minor in biblical languages, and a master’s in Hebrew Scriptures and archaeology from Andrews University (Michigan), later complemented with a year’s fellowship at the Semitic Museum at Harvard University.
This formative study equips him to bring the culture of biblical times into an understanding of Scripture as the basis for Christian mission relevant in a multicultural context