Are you left-brain or right-brain dominant? Answer all 10 questions below to find out!
While it is true that both sides of our brains are interconnected and that most of us make use of our brain in its entirety, a lot of us tend to be more left or right-brain dominated in our actions. The left and right hemisphere of our brains are responsible for
different sets of tasks and actions. Answer the following 10 questions to find out whether you’re left-brain or right-brain dominant.
What style of questions do you prefer when taking a test?
Do you rearrange the furniture in your room several times a year or keep it in the same place?
Do you wear a watch?
Is it easier for you to remember people’s names or their faces?
Do you use lots of hand gesture when you talk?
What is the situation of your work desk?
When solving a math problem
Do you describe yourself as reserved or a risk taker?
How do you deal with deadlines?
When presented with a new task
Are You Left-Brain Dominant or Right-Brain Dominant? Take this simple quiz to find out
Traits: Holistic thinking, random processing, intuitive decision-making, non-verbal processing, fantasy-oriented Personality Traits: Creative, artistic, open-minded Overall Thinking: Holistic, big-picture oriented - "whole to details" approach Problem Solving: Intuitive - spatial/abstract perception; emphasis on possibilities. Strengths: Multi-dimensional thinking, art, music, drawing, athletics, coordination, repairs, remembers faces, places, events Difficulties: Following by sequence, understanding parts, organizing a large body of information, remembering names
Traits: Linear thinking, sequential processing, logical decision-making, reality-oriented Personality Traits: Analytical, logical, pay attention to detail Overall Thinking: Linear, detail-oriented - "details to whole" approach Problem-solving: Logical - order/pattern perception; emphasis on strategies Strengths: Mathematics, analytics, reading, spelling, writing, sequencing, verbal and written language Difficulties: Visualization, spatial/abstract thinking
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