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    Right brained -- Left thumb on top of right thumb. When I try the opposite, I wind up just clasping my hands together

    Bad liar -- Drew the Q so that I could "read it," but I would never ask anyone else to draw a Q on their foreheads unless it was with a Sharpie. In reality, though, I'm a decent liar

    (Middling?) Empathetic -- My jaws separated, man, but not into a full-blown yawn.

    Quote Originally Posted by senza tema View Post
    Also, lol @ extroverts being good liars.
    You'd think that people who hold cards close to their chest e.g. introverts would be better at lying. The (less calculating) extroverts just blurt stuff out

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    Right brained
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    I don't think yawning is a good indicator of empathy. Oh so on the lying, I do suck at it, unless i don't think about it. but as soon as I think about it then i suck.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    1.) Right Brained
    2.) Good Liar
    3.) No empathy

    Someone yawning in the same room as me might work better than a video. When people cough it makes my throat tickle. I try to ignore it so they don't think I'm mocking them by coughing along with them. When they stretch, pop their knuckles, scratch themselves, or massage their necks I feel an impulse to do the same.

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    Left-brained, bad at lying (or, more likely, lazy, hence choosing the shorter distance for the arm), and not empathic at all. The last video did nothing for me, although I do yawn with others in real life.

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    "Right brained"
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    ~High empathy

    First test is bullshit in more ways than one. I'm surprised people still use the "Right vs. Left" theories of brain lateralization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    First test is bullshit in more ways than one. I'm surprised people still use the "Right vs. Left" theories of brain lateralization.
    Ummm...

    So far it's broken down perfectly along the line of Ts being left-brained and Fs being right-brained...

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    1) Left Brained.
    2) Good Liar.
    3) High Empathy.*

    *As in I felt the urge to yawn quickly, but I mainly just held it back easily.

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    Right Brained
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    7w6 - 2w3 - 8w7 sx/so


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    1) Left brained.
    2) Bad liar.
    3) Low empathy.

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