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  1. #1 Research on Sensory Modality Dominance 
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    Within every person, the strength of their senses individually are very different. Most people are either visually or auditory dominant.

    At this moment, I am performing an experiment to find out people's dominant sense and how we can predict one's dominant sense.

    Is it true that men are bad listereners and women good ones, or are you perhaps an exception?!

    Please click on the following link and perform the test. If you do, and fill in your email address when requested, I'll send you the results on the test and some more info on dominant senses. The test takes about 15 minutes to finish.

    http://www.feweb.vu.nl/audvis/nl/def...SES=NicolePre1



    Thanks in advance!


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    I'm sorry, but your link doesn't appear to work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nini_kirsch
    Within every person, the strength of their senses individually are very different. Most people are either visually or auditory dominant.
    Don't forget kinethestics.

    At this moment, I am performing an experiment to find out people's dominant sense and how we can predict one's dominant sense.
    Are you familiar with Neuro-Linguistic Programming? You can get some excellent ideas from this field.
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