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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauche View Post
    To the MBTI - only recently a saw a very interesting site explaining each cognitive function in relation to particular brain hemisphere and brain functioning. E.g. they proposed that left brain is responsible for Si, Ni, Te, Fe and right is responsible for Ne, Se, Ti, Fi, so Js are left and Ps are right brained...
    I've seen this also, and it seems to make some sense. It also doesn't include the right brain = emotional, left brain = logical thing that I think is bull.

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    You Are 50% Left Brained, 50% Right Brained

    I've taken similar tests to this before but I usually test right brained.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    I've seen this also, and it seems to make some sense. It also doesn't include the right brain = emotional, left brain = logical thing that I think is bull.
    I think the main problem here is that this became a pop-science. You know, some stupid faggot read a flash information that "the left brain is logical and analytical and mathematical, and right is creative and emotional" and he spread whole bullshit around forums and yahooanswers and things like that like he have ate all the wisdom in the world, but still he only replicates what he heard and have no clue what's it really about. It's like a chain reaction then.

    Like you said, to simply say that left is logical and right is emotional really seems to be a kind of bullshit. It's very simplistic approach and the problematic is probably far more deeper like that.

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    65% Right-brained, 35% left..
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    You Are 5% Left Brained, 95% Right Brained

    These results are annoying. Anyway, the way the brain is being divided into these 2 separate function is too simplistic.

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    You are 45% left brained, 55% right brained. I usually score left brained, this is better balanced, I guess.
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    IMO this kind of test isn't valid unless you're under an MRI or EEG to confirm the activity differentials

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