Abstract—The purpose of this study is to identify the
relationship between communication and brain processing
indicator and academic performance of students majoring in
Engineering, Business, Science and Social Science at a higher
learning institution. This paper presents a preliminary
literature review in the field of effects of communication and
brain processing interpretation. The preliminary literature
review highlighted that the brain processing indicator, i.e. types
of colored brain, may have an effect on the academic
performance of the students at higher learning institutions.
Based on the findings of the literature, a conceptual model has
been developed. The paper concludes with a proposed
conceptual model and hypotheses for the effect of
communication and brain processing indicator on the academic
performance of students, as well as the limitations of this study
and the directions of future research.
Index Terms—Brain processing interpretation, color brain, communication, higher learning institutions, academic performance.
F. C. J. Chin is with the Centre for National Building and Languages, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, Malaysia (e-mail: email@example.com).
M. L. Ooi is with the Faculty of Accounting, Finance and Business, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, Malaysia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
M. W. Yip is with the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Tunku Abdul Rahman University College, Malaysia (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite: F. C. J. Chin, M. L. Ooi, and M. W. Yip, "The Effects of Colored Brain Communication and Brain Processing Interpretation on the Academic Performance of Students: A Literature Review," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 6, no. 12, pp. 945-948, 2016.