Optical illusions are mind-blowing images that challenge your perception and test your observation skills.
According to many, one of those illusions circulating on the Internet can help you understand the type of brain you have.
Are you curious to know more about it?
Let us begin.
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Optical illusion: how to tell if you have a male or female brain type
Image source: Fact Factories
Every individual has a different thought process, mainly because our brains work differently.
The image shared above is an optical illusion image that can reveal whether you have a male or female brain depending on how you interpret the image at first glance.
Now, what do you see when you look at the image for the first time?
Do you see a man running away from you or towards you?
Depending on what you see first, Fact Factories has made different interpretations in their questionnaire.
If you saw the man running towards you, then you have more “male brain.”
These people are more adept at solving problems with analytical and instant reasoning skills.
At first, you may not seem interested in something in particular, but if you’re curious about that topic, you’ll likely learn more about it quickly.
You tend to focus all your energy on achieving that. This can be seen in all spheres of your life.
You tend to support your ideas and opinions with convincing arguments.
But one drawback you may notice is that it cannot handle multiple tasks easily, while it excels when focusing on a singular task.
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Running away from you?
If you are among those who saw the man running away from you, then you have more “female brain.”
Emotions take a back seat when a decision needs to be made. Your thought process is analytical, based on intuition and reasoning.
You are excellent at multitasking and will excel in creative fields that require bringing new ideas and innovative thinking.
Debate persists over whether to classify parts of the brain as male or female. One school of thought believes that actions are determined by the structure of the brain and then shaped by experiences.
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here are based on study conducted by researchers over a period of time, but more studies need to be done to substantiate these interpretations.
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