You Have a Higher Tolerance for Ambiguity in Your Thinking Styles

I suspect anyone who spends more than 5 minutes with me could conclude that, including this neuropolitics.org survey.

Here’s their entire first impression of me:

“Your responses are consistent with the following attributes: You have a higher propensity for large-group social bonding. You have a probable elevation in your dopaminergic activation system. Your right prefrontal cortex is more involved in your political decision making than your left. Your olfactory system plays a less than average role in mating behavior. Indicators of enhanced left prefrontal and bilateral temporal activity in humor detection. Temporal cortical regions are facilitating diminished behavioral inhibition. Color preferences may indicate an enhanced dopamine level in your visual cortex. Responses point to a probable increase in activity in the right anterior cingulate and amygdala. You have a higher tolerance for ambiguity in your thinking styles, and a greater inhibition of your left inferior parietal cortex. Your responses indicated a tendency to classify facial expressions as more threatening, and an elevation in activity in your right amygdala. Overall, your cognitive style is balanced between your left and right hemispheres.”

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