People with low capacity of conceptualization may be perceived socially and in group settings as less analytical and strategic. They may struggle to understand complex systems, identify root causes of problems, and develop creative solutions. This could limit their ability to provide insights and perspectives on complex issues, and they could be viewed as less effective decision-makers and problem-solvers.
People with low conceptualization skills may also be viewed as less knowledgeable or less experienced in their field. They may be seen as lacking expertise or insights compared to their peers with higher conceptualization skills.
In social situations, people with low conceptualization skills may struggle to connect with others on an intellectual level. They may not be able to engage in discussions on abstract or complex topics, which can limit their ability to build strong relationships with others.