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    right over left, right handed. I'm adept at typing and knitting and other two-handed tasks. As for right and left braindedness, I've come to the conclusion that I have none.
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    Right over left, Right-handed.

    With the little online tests I tend to test out fairly balanced-brained, but I'm pretty sure my natural disposition is more left-brained.
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    My left thumb covers the right, and I'm right handed. Intially, the dancer went counter clock wise, then every time I blinked she changed directions until she settled down to turning clockwise (and I was getting dizzy), I couldn't make her turn back after that (I'm tired though, and she made feel less dizzy going clock wise), but I know I'm right brained.
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    Hey

    Actually a fair few left/right tests are bogus, the spinning lady is too inaccurate/prone to change. the test below feels a bit more steady approach to this.

    Right Brain vs Left Brain Creativity Test - The Art Institute of Vancouver

    I've bi-lateral functioning - interesting that symbols is my lowest intellegence - which may explain/descibe my dyslexia

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    Left on top.

    But I'm left handed.

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    I am right handed but my left thumb rests on my right.

    The dancer i can see going both clockwise and counter-clockwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oeufa View Post
    You've got them mixed up I think - left side of the brain is logical, practical etc and right side is creative etc
    Left side of the brain controls right side of the body, and vice versa. So if you're left brained, your right thumb should come on top. If you're right brained, your left thumb should come on top. Theoretically, at least.

    I always test 50-50 on left/right brain tests, right handed. My left thumb comes on top, but right over left when crossing arms. I can only see the dancer counter-clock wise, now matter how hard I try to make it spin the other direction...

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    "Left brain dominant individuals are more orderly, literal, articulate, and to the point. They are good at understanding directions and anything that is explicit and logical. They can have trouble comprehending emotions and abstract concepts, they can feel lost when things are not clear, doubting anything that is not stated and proven.

    Right brain dominant individuals are more visual and intuitive. They are better at summarizing multiple points, picking up on what's not said, visualizing things, and making things up. They can lack attention to detail, directness, organization, and the ability to explain their ideas verbally, leaving them unable to communicate effectively." - similarminds test


    Then where do ENTPs fit on this chart?!

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    My left thumb is on top of my right.

    I use my right hand and seem to pretty much balanced-brained.

    There has been some speculation that I used to be left-handed but learned to use my right from a young age...

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    Left thumb over right, and I'm a righty. Perhaps this shows evidence that I'm a bridge brain person, as I have learned in education courses. People that have bridge brain, or use both sides equally. Essentially it's using both the visual/spatial right side and the verbal processing left side.

    Thus, it can be concluded that I use both sides.
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    - Left thumb on top of my right

    - Right hand writer

    - Billions of times I watched the dancer, I cannot see it anti-clockwise, I always see it turning clockwise

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