What Type Of Brain Do You Actually Have?

What kind of brain do you have and what can you do with it?

Kate Walker
Created By Kate Walker
On Mar 29, 2017

Are you left-handed or right-handed?

You learn best through...

At what time of day do you do your best thinking?

When you get dressed in the morning…

What do you regularly have for lunch?

How do you like to relax?

Pick a board game...

Pick a kitchen gadget:

Is the glass half-empty or half-full?

When you are trying to come up with ideas for a new project, you are most likely to find inspiration...

Creative Brain

Creative Brain

You have a creative brain! You have a creative mind, you understand all things spatial and rely on visual cues to stimulate you. You tend to think best when you are moving or working with your hands. And you often provide creative and unique solutions to problems.

Logical Brain

Logical Brain

You have a logical mind! You notice patterns and are stimulated by your curiosity. You like to get to the bottom of things, and try to base your conclusions on solid evidence. You're an excellent problem-solver.

Philosophical Brain

Philosophical Brain

You have a philosophical mind. You tend to ponder big questions and are driven by your desire to seek the truth. You are fair minded and are able to see the “big picture” - your evaluations are invaluable.

Linguistic Brain

Linguistic Brain

You think linguistically, finding it easier to express yourself through words than with images. You are intrigued with grammar, literature and languages - you are probably able to pick up foreign languages with ease.

Musical Brain

Musical Brain

You have a musical mind. Music and sounds strongly influence your thoughts and emotions. The way someone says something is just as important to you as the meaning of the words themselves. You display a flexibility in thinking that allows you to look 'outside of the box'.

Emotional Brain

Emotional Brain

You're an emotional thinker. You're guided by your feelings and desire to help others. People are your first concern. You enjoy listening to others, and find it easy to empathize and understand that others have different perspectives. You're the glue that holds people together.