Check your brain for a few seconds
The simplest test will help you test your brain.
The picture of a rotating girl you see, flying around the Internet, has firmly won one of the leading positions as a test for which hemisphere of the brain you are working best.
The author of this picture is the Japanese designer Nobuyuki Kayahara.
How to test the brain?
Everything is very simple.
Look, in what direction is the girl spinning? Immediately make a reservation, it can be rotated in any direction.
If you see that the girl rotates clockwise, it is assumed that your right hemisphere is more developed. If you see the rotation counter-clockwise - the left one.
More often people see that the girl rotates counter-clockwise. Consequently, these people use the left side of the brain more. I'll remind you that by focusing, you can change the direction of the girl's movement.
Interestingly, a few decades ago, the right hemisphere of the brain did not attach special importance. It was considered to be in a way meaningless. However, over time, scientists concluded that the right hemisphere of the human brain is very important for the development of the creative personality.
For those who can not look to change the direction of rotation of the dancer below are 3 pictures.
Briefly looking at the left or right picture, you can easily change the direction of movement in the central picture.
This simple test will help you to check which part of the brain you are most active in.
Left hemisphere of the brain
Verbal information is processed.
The left hemisphere is responsible for language abilities, controls speech, ability to write and read.
Using the left hemisphere of the brain, a person remembers the facts, dates, names and controls their writing.
The left hemisphere of the brain analyzes all the facts, is responsible for analysis and logic.
Mathematical symbols and numbers are also recognized by the left hemisphere. Information is processed sequentially.
The right hemisphere of the brain
Non-verbal information is processed.
The right hemisphere of the human brain processes information, expressed not in words, but in images and symbols.
Using the right hemisphere, a person is able to dream and dream, compose stories.
The right hemisphere of the brain is responsible for the ability to visual arts and music.
The right hemisphere simultaneously processes a lot of different information.
It makes it possible to consider everything as a whole without resorting to analysis.
If you believe the results of studies conducted at Yale University for five years, if a person manages to change the direction of the girl's rotation without straining his eyes, then these people have IQ above 160.
Or maybe it's just an optical illusion? You can check. Personally, I can not do it; (