Brain test - Take a sheet of lined paper. Now read through...

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Take a sheet of lined paper. Now read through the lists below and, every time you read a description or characteristic that applies to you, write down its number on the page. There is no certain number of characteristics you must choose. After you have done this, use the key (which you will find at the end of the appendix) and write, next to every number on your paper, whether it was an L or R. Count up the number of Ls and Rs. Whichever number is higher represents your left- or right-brain dominance. If the numbers are close, that means you use both sides of your brain equally. 1. I always wear a watch 2. I keep a diary 3. I believe there is a right and wrong way to do everything 4. I hate following directions 5. The expression “life is just a bowl of cherries” makes no sense to me 6. I find that sticking to a schedule is boring 7. I’d rather draw someone a map than tell them how to get somewhere 8. If I lost something, I’d try to remember where I saw it last 9.
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2009 for the course MGT 3150 taught by Professor Ken during the Spring '09 term at Al Akhawayn University.

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