wired-male-female- YOU ?

How are YOU wired-male-female? Answer the following and follow the score tabulation at end.

  1. You hear an indistinct bark. Without looking around, how well can you place the dog?

(a) If you think about it you can point to it
(b) You can point straight to it
(c) You don’t know if you could point to it

2. How good are you at remembering a song you’ve just heard?

(a) You find it easy and you can sing part of it in tune
(b) You can only do it if it’s simple and rhythmical
(c) You find it difficult

  1. A person you’ve met a few times telephones you. How easy is it for you to recognize that voice in the few seconds before the person tells you who they are?

(a) You’d find it quite easy
(b) You’d recognize the voice at least half the time
(c) You’d recognize the voice less than half the time

  1. You’re with a group of married friends. Two of them are having a clandestine affair. Would you detect their relationship

    a) Nearly always
    b) Half the time
    c) Seldom

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  1. You’re at a large and purely socIal gathering. You’re introduced to five strangers. If their names are mentioned the following day how easy is it for you to picture their faces?

    (a) You’ll remember most of them
    (b) You’ll remember a few of them
    (c) You’ll seldom remember any of them

  1. In your early school days how easy was spelling and the
    writing of essays?

a) Both were quite easy
(b) One was easy
(c) Neither was easy

  1. You spot a parking place but you must reverse into it — and it’s going to be fairly tight squeeze:

    (a) You look for another space
    (b) You back into it.. carefully
    (c) You reverse into it without much thought

  1. You’ve spent three days in a strange village and someone asks you which way is north:

    a) You’re unlikely to know
    (b) You’re not sure but given a moment you can work it out
    (c) You point north

  1. You’re in a dentist’s waiting room with half a dozen people of the same sex as yourself. How close can you sit to one of them without feeling uncomfortable?

    (a) less than 6 inches (15 cm)
    (b) 6 inches to z feet (15 cm to 6o cm)
    (c) over z feet (60 cm plus)

  1. You’re visiting your new neighbour and the two of you are talking. There’s a tap dripping gently in the background. Otherwise the room is quiet:

    (a) You’d notice the dripping sound immediately and try to ignore it
    (b) If you noticed it you’d probably mention it
    (c) It doesn’t bother you at all

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  1. You feel confused about an experience that occurred at work or in your home life.
    a) You talk about it with someone you trust to better understand it
    b) You wait at least an hour or maybe even a day before you speak with someone about it
    c) You don’t speak of it to anyone until you have figured it out for yourself
  1. When making love you prefer
    a) darkness
    b) dim lighting
    c) enough light to see your partner’s eye color
  1. When deciding whether to enter a deep intimate relationship you first
    a) establish safety and trust by matching words with actions
    b) express the same ideals
    c) use your intuition
  1. When packing for a two week vacation

    a) you write a needs list in advance and pack at least 8 hrs in advance of the departure time
    b) you carefully make a list in your mind and pack the night before or early the same day of departure
    c) you wake up, pack and go to the airport

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  1. When driving to an unknown destination youa) look at the map the night before, follow the map or (guidance device) and ask for directions at the first hint of possibly being lost
    b) look at the map before ou start driving, pay careful attention to signs or (guidance device) and only ask for directions if you are running late
    c) trust you will find your destination and only ask for directions when things seem hopeless

 wired-male-female ?

  1. When going out to socialize you prefer
    a) to know at least 48 hrs in advance where you are going and who might be there so you can prepare energetically and physically(e.g. what to wear)
    b) to know in advance of the time and date but the details are only moderately important
    c) to be surprised about where and who will be there
  1. You enter the shopping mall to buy a pair of warm winter boots for at Macy’s.

     

    a) You get sidetracked by all the other stores, bargains and new winter inventories. It takes you a half hour before you finally get to the shoe department at Macy’s
    b) You see and feel all the possibilities but by using your willpower and a promise to yourself to look after you get your boots, you arrive quickly to Macy’s shoes and by your boots.
    c) You go directly to buy your boots at Macy’s and are proud that you accomplished your mission in 20 minutes.

  1. You are at a club on a Saturday night enjoying the music when you notice someone across the room that you are immediately highly attracted to. He /She walks over to you, looks you in the eyes and with a sincere tone of voice asks you; Will you make love with me tonight?
    a) You, using a brief sentence or explanation say in effect an emphatic “NO”
    b) You find yourself considering it but your sense of reason predominates and you say “No”
    c) You are intrigued by this person’s attractiveness and either the surprise, mystery or the challenge of this situation motivates you and you say, YES. wired-male-female ?
  1. Long lasting marriages and partnership relationships maintain a balance between
    1) Trust (consistency between words and actions),
    2) Romance (creative communication where dreams are shared between partners with all 5 senses(e.g. reciting poetic words, holding hands, delicious, aromatic food, soft background music) and
    3) Passion ( an extremely stimulating, compelling soulful connection expressed by high sensual and sexual energy circulating within every body cell creating an intense attraction for the person one feels this experience with. Which two of these three are most important to you?
    a) Trust Romance
    b) Trust Passion
    c) Romance Passion
  1. Without any forewarning, you receive a note from your boss saying that your services at work ( a job you like ) are no longer required and to please take all your personal belongings from the office before the end of day.
    a) You immediately call your best friend to communicate your surprise and to discuss what happened in hopes of making some sense of the situation.
    b) You inquire within yourself to get some understanding for half an hour before you talk to someone else at work who may help you understand what happened.
    c) You either 1) enter you boss’s office unannounced, demad an explanation and fend your right to keep the job or 2)  After a moment of reflection, You tell yourself, that’s life and it must be meant for you to be elsewhere.

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    How is your brain wired–male-female ?

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Scoring the test

Males score:  (a) answers 10 points     Females score (a) answers  15 points

(b) answers  5 points 

(c)  answers — 5 points                              

Unanswered questions count for 5 points

Most males will score between 0 and 120. Most females will score between 100 and 200.

The overlap — scores between 100 and 1200 – indicates a thought compatibility between the sexes.

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Male scores below o and female scores above 200 point to a very differently ‘wired’ brain than that of the opposite sex . . . yet differences also attract.

Male scores above 120 may show a brain sex bias to the female.

Females who score below 100 may show a brain sex bias to the male.

However, all such differences are average differences.

A male might score above 120 and still possess a male brain. A female might score below 100 and still possess a female brain.

There are deeper differences than can show up in such a simple test. It is those differences we must explore.

See Post: Chi-Love-Sexuality-Creative-Force

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  • Bablofil
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    Thanks, great article.

    • Seymour
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      Hi -Thanks for your supportive comment- Blessings- Sey

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