We are often caught in the battle between our heart and our brain, right? We can not live without any of these, but sometimes we do not want to have the cacophony of two equally stubborn and well-grounded organs of our body. The brain is known to be very practical; dealing with emotions is not brain work until the heart is filled with emotions and thinking from a practical point of view is outside the heart curriculum. Often, when we are passionate about pursuing something that we have not been for years, our friends or family will advise us to follow our hearts, the primary consideration being to let these strong emotions absorb themselves. But if we invest a large amount of money in a stupid business idea or an investment company talking to a fool, the same people would encourage us to "think from the head" and this means that the brain is the throne where the sense is seamlessly  Some people with whom we meet, encounter as very practical, abandoned on the emotional front and much more stress-free as they do not just call the peak but even think that way. But some people we meet are so caught up in the network of emotions that it's hard for them to detonate. When we meet new people, we often want to learn more about them. Often we ask them frequently asked questions such as "Are you an extrovert or an introvert?" Or can you ask a man "Are you an inner man or a man outdoors?" But according to the upcoming research, the scientists offer us to ask people where their "real self" is. Is it in their brains or in their hearts? Interestingly, the answer to this question can help us learn volumes about this person!
Located in the heart or in the head
According to a recent study published in Organizational Behavior and Processes of Human Decision Making Just where people find their true self has serious consequences their views even on questions like the laws on abortion and the identification of the correct criterion for declaring a dead person ( 3 ). In a study involving hundreds of Indians and Americans conducted online by the American Mechanical Turk and led by Adam Galinski of the Columbia Business School, people are given a hypothetical situation in which they would transfer an astronomical sum of money to people who received their organs after death. The biggest amount that most participants thought they would donate would be for people who received their brains and the second highest for the person who received their hearts. The men in the study were apparently the main locators and found their real essence in their brains, while most women in the study were cardio-locator and they identified the heart to be home to their true self
How Do You Identify the Head
According to experts, most hearts are emotional and give the highest priority to their relationship. They depend on emotions to make decisions and strive when the trip is not good. Interestingly, they support charity organizations that are related to the heart and love the community. The faces of the head are bright contrast, but just as interesting a bunch of people. These people support charities related to brain diseases, think more "rationally", get better grades in school, and have a higher degree of general knowledge.
If you've been thinking of meeting this guy lately over a cup of coffee, take a step forward, make sure you ask him about the modern question where he thinks he is his real self. It would be good to do your homework by exploring yourself deeper and finding out what type of person you are, as well. If his own and yours live in the same place, that's great. But if he himself is in the heart and yours is in the head (I'm sure you are a woman who beats gender stereotypes), we hear the opposites attract, right?