Self-Test - Which half of the brain do you use?

  • In which direction turns the dancer? 10

    1. I am a man - Dancer rotates anti-clockwise (5) 50%
    2. I am a man - Dancer rotates clockwise (3) 30%
    3. I am a woman - Dancer rotates anti-clockwise (1) 10%
    4. I am a transgender (Gender converted - Male to Female) - Dancer rotates anti-clockwise (1) 10%
    5. I am a woman - Dancer rotates anti-clockwise (0) 0%
    6. I am a transgender (Gender converted - Male to Female) - Dancer rotates clockwise (0) 0%
    7. I am a transgender (Gender converted - Female to Male) - Dancer rotates anti-clockwise (0) 0%
    8. I am a transgender (Gender converted - Female to Male) - Dancer rotates clockwise (0) 0%
    9. I have both sexual characteristics - Man and Woman - Hermaphrodite - Dancer rotates anti-clockwise (0) 0%
    10. I have both sexual characteristics - Man and Woman - Hermaphrodite - Dancer rotates clockwise (0) 0%

    HERE THE BRAIN SELFTEST


    Hello Forum Cosirex!
    On Santa Claus Day I brought a great test to you, with which you can test which half of the brain of you is the more dominant, and most importantly, what kind of a man you are.
    The test is easy but complex in testimony. You only have to look at a picture and to say immediately in which direction the dancer turns. Whether she dances clockwise or vice versa.
    The answer is directly shown in english language.
    To reflect the results impressively I started the survey or poll.
    The test is on the Australian news portal Heraldsun and PerthNow, please note the copyright:


    Have a lot of fun

  • Today I bring the Santa Claus. It is not the 5. December, it's the 12-06-2014, around 7 years later comes the first answer. But better late as never, hehehe.
    What is my present today? Perhaps the info, that the link is broken, because Heraldsun has changed its software and cleaned the server. So it is.
    Though my present is the fascinating test with the correct link.


    Test which half of the brain you use
    The test is rather easy:

    • If the woman turns clockwise, then you use more of the right side of the brain and vice versa..
    • Most of us would see the dancer turning anti-clockwise though you can try to focus and change the direction; see if you can do it.

    My own fascinating result: Like most of us I see the dancer dancing anti-clockwise.
    But the unbelievable thing is, when I close my eyes for a moment and again open them, then she is dancing clockwise for around two seconds. It seems that the picture stops for a short time, like youtube videos are bucking. Es kommt mir dabei vor als stockt das Bild, ähnlich wie wenn bei Youtube die Filme kurz ruckeln. For sure you know this behavior if internet connection is bad or something else. But in this case it's the brain. Gives me an oppressive feeling to no more have my senses. Yes, this is psychology at its best. Auto-suggestion...fuck...

    „Viel Eifer, viel Irrtum; weniger Eifer, weniger Irrtum; kein Eifer, kein Irrtum.“
    Lin Yutang: Zài jīnghuá yānyún ❂ 在京華煙雲 ❂ Momente in Peking

  • Lots of greets, Dr Opal. Thanks for the tip, lol. Even though I only vote and sometimes I only read here in the forum, but I am here almost every day. :grins: :pfeif: :pfeif: :pfeif: 
    I want to see which crazy things are posted. Just have changed the link.
    My test has also worked like the same.


    Left Brain Functions

    • uses logic
    • detail oriented
    • facts rule
    • words and language
    • present and past
    • math and science
    • can comprehend
    • knowing
    • acknowledges
    • order/pattern perception
    • knows object name
    • reality based
    • forms strategies
    • practical
    • safe


    Right Brain Functions

    • uses feeling
    • "big picture" oriented
    • imagination rules
    • symbols and images
    • present and future
    • philosophy & religion
    • can "get it" (i.e. meaning)
    • believes
    • appreciates
    • spatial perception
    • knows object function
    • fantasy based
    • presents possibilities
    • impetuous
    • risk taking


    Have fun with the knowledge of the brain and its (im-) possibilities