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Hidden dalmatian dog and lefthanders

Because their brains are organized differently (usually with the right side of the brain controlling the dominant left hand), left-handers see and think differently to right-handers. As a result, we can get some very different results from various “brain tests”, usually doing very well on tests that involve creative thinking or unravelling complex images and manipulating 3D images.

Here's a famous test of creativity – Van Nostrand Reinhold's illusion. Have a look at the image and see if you can see the dog.

A lot of people struggle to see it at all, or take a very long time to find it, but once you have seen it, you cannot “unsee” it and will always recognise it straight away when you see it again.

There is a good explantion here.

If you need a bit of help, click here to see where the dog is.

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4 comments on “Hidden dalmatian dog and lefthanders
  1. ERIN A. WELCH says:


  2. Paul Boegel says:

    I saw it immediately.

  3. Angel says:

    I picked out the Dalmatian right away, no problem!!! Lefty power!!!

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