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Which Side Of Your Brain Is Really More Dominant?

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Our brains are the most fascinating machines ever created, and the more we learn about them, the more we realize we will never know. For an organ so mushy and unattractive-looking, it’s pretty mind blowing to think about the things our brains are capable of.

This amazing machine, however, does some pretty weird things. Did you know that when you move your right hand, it’s the left side of your brain that’s controlling it?

Each part of the brain is also responsible for different aspects of our personality and skill set. Creative people usually use the right side of their brains more, whereas people with a knack for crunching numbers tend to be left-brained. But which one are you? Find out in the quiz below!

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