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hemespheric dominance in ADHD - Am I the only one
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I have been taking this brain quiz for years, every six months or so, and I get the same results every time. I have no hemispheric dominance. I land right on the line every time. My theory is that perhaps the ADHD mind of others are similar. I know I have often felt like both half of my brain are arguing with each other. Anyway. For a bit of fun, click on the link and take the brain quiz. Post your results. Maybe we will find out that our brains are just more unified… smile

http://www.ipn.at/ipn.asp?ACF

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I’m on windows 8 and I get this message:
This app can’t run on your PC

Posted by MrNeutron on Mar 16, 2017 at 8:22pm

It should take you to the web site for “brain works” biofeedback… try typing in the address or search for Brain Works IPN.
If you can’t down load the quiz… I have no idea what to do. If you CAN download, but can’t run it, try opening in an earlier version. ???
I found a few more web sites that touch on hemespheric dominance in ADHD. Most info is confirming my theory so far.

Posted by Racheldr08 on Mar 17, 2017 at 12:15pm

There is an online quiz.
http://www.ipn.at/ipn.asp?BHX

The results show that I’m only one point higher in right brain dominance.

Some of the questions I could have answered both ways, so I found it a little confusing.

Posted by MrNeutron on Mar 17, 2017 at 10:27pm

Did you like the little summary at the end? Take the quiz again in a week or so and just go with your first instinct. I am the same way with liking more than one answer - I think it’s just how our brains work and only adds to my “fighting hemespheres” theory. smile

Posted by Racheldr08 on Mar 21, 2017 at 12:01am

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