Hmm... I don't know quite what to make of my results--but while thinking them over I noticed this other test in the sidebar that I thought was fun, distinguishing between real and fake smiles--it's interesting: http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/mind/surveys/smiles/
Anyway...I got twelve out of twelve on the rotating an object part!
It's funny, though, when you read their explanation of the results--the average scores on a lot of the sections look as though they don't really support the whole concept *all* that well, did you notice that? Like the "eyes" section--men and women score exactly the same... And the words part-- I don't get their explanation of the scores on that part (female brain being stupid, prolly).
And the spot-the-difference test, I don't think their explanation of the scores for that makes sense at all--
Your score: 57%
Average score for men: 39%
Average score for women: 46%
but then it says:
If you scored between 0 - 33%: You may have more of a male brain.
If you scored between 34 - 66%: You may have a balanced female-male brain.
If you scored between 67 - 100%: Those with a female-type brain generally score in this range.
But the average scores don't say that at all, they just said the average woman's score is 46%, not 67-100! And the mins average isn't in the range it's s'posed to be either...
I guess everyone
has a balanced female-male brain, according to that... Shockingly, I think this may not be all that scientific!! *gasp*