Spatial intelligence is the ability to comprehend three-dimensional images and shapes. This is a primary function of the right side of the brain and is used when solving puzzles, figuring out maps and taking part in any type of construction or engineering project.
Some aphants report stronger spatial intelligence due to the absence of visual imagery. I tried this test with Tom and he scored “well above average.” How did you do?
I did slightly above average. I can conceptualize turning or folding the images; I just can’t vizualize them. It blows my mind that "normal" people might actually close their eyes to take a quiz like this. Then again, I guess if I could form images in my head, I might try to use this to my advantage as well.
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