Another Take On The Left Vs. Right Question genre: Indie-Script & Tongue-In-Cheek

Generally speaking, whenever we hear left vs. right we think about politics. If you're like me, there are times when you just want to escape from the back and forth which seems to be an endless battle.

Well, here's a fun left-right posting that has nothing to do with politics (and please don't comment with an argument that this, too, can be applied to politics). It's one of those brain teaser things that will tell the viewer if their left or right brain is dominant.

Here's how it works. When you look at the dancing figure, determine if you see her spinning clockwise or counter-clockwise. If you say clockwise, you're right brained. If she's turning counter-clockwise, you're left brained.

Even more fun, see if you can get her to reverse directions. The only way I found to do this was to watch her stationary foot and try to envision it turning the opposite direction. I found a blink or a quick glance away from the stationary foot and then back helped me achieve the reversal.

The traits which are associated with left and right brain individuals can be found in the table below the image.

H/T to The Herald Sun via Daily Kos

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Left vs. Right Brain

Tagged as: Brain Teaser, Left Brain, Right Brain

Daniel DiRito | October 11, 2007 | 6:01 PM
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Comments

1 On October 13, 2007 at 2:00 PM, Ben in Oakland wrote —

I keep swtiching back and forth. does that mean no brain?

2 On March 12, 2009 at 12:37 PM, lanka siriwardana wrote —

first i can see the girl turning clockwise . when i keep looking for some time she starts to turn anticlockwise

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