Nobuyuki Kayahara ©
If you chose this picture, the left side of your brain is most dominant. This is because the circle has a simple and recognized shape that is easy to define.
This shape is a compromise between the simple first picture and the wild picture in answer C. The figure is more complex and fascinating, yet self-contained. Therefore, it is chosen most frequently by people whose brain halves are equally pronounced.
If you chose this picture, the right side of your brain is most dominant. The figure appears incomplete, without shape or direction. It offers the possibility of development.
Here, the figures are also equal in size. They differ greatly, however, in color. This visual factor is the result of the dominance of the left side of your brain.
The figures are equal in size and relatively equal in color. If you chose answer A, the right side of your brain is most dominant.
Here, the original picture was broken down into fragments. If you chose this answer, the right side of your brain is most dominant.
The circles in this figure are loosely grouped, but not entirely unstructured. If you chose this answer, no side of your brain claims dominance.
The arrangement of circles in this figure is the typical expectation of a friend circle. This visual factor is the result of the dominance of the left side of your brain.
In this image, the circles are distanced equally from one another. Answer C is chosen most frequently by those whose right brain half dominates.
If you're in right-brain mode, you will use your left hand, left leg, or left eye.
If you're in left-brain mode, you will use your right hand, right leg, or right eye. In these cases, the right side of the body is controlled by the left side of the brain, and vice versa.
Find Out How Old You Really Are!
Take the test!
So to improve your quality of life and professional success, it’s worth investing a little time to train your brain to use both hemispheres together more effectively. Three 10-minute sessions a week is all it takes – you should begin to notice the results after 2-3 months. In fact, after completing a 10-minute training unit, you’ll already feel the benefit after just an hour of work.
SOMMER+SOMMER Brain Entertainment is currently working on fun, short brain training games. As formal schooling focuses heavily on left-brain skills, the games lend themselves to use by school pupils who want to maintain a good hemispheric balance. The games will also be suitable for use by older people who want to stay mentally sharp.
At the end of every week of training, the user will be shown a personal Connectedness Index (CI) that indicates how strong the collaboration between the two hemispheres of their brain is.
About the results of the SOMMER+SOMMER brain test:
The questions in the test are deliberately only partly based on scientific insights. Although it delivers a percentage as the final result, this shouldn’t be taken too seriously. The test was conceived as a fun puzzle to pique users’ curiosity in subjects like brain training, IQ training and memory training, and the result – regardless of whether it indicates the user is more of a left-brain thinker, a right-brain thinker or has an equal balance – has no correlation with the actual balance between the two hemispheres of the test-taker’s brain. As such, a test to see how well the two hemispheres work together is a worthwhile idea.
In relation to this, we’d like to discuss a few concepts we also consider important ...