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1 October 2014
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Sex I.D. Find out how your mind works!

You've found an older version of the Sex ID test. Take the up-to-date version of the test, which has been changed to make it more enjoyable and easier to use.

Some researchers say that men can have 'women's brains' and that women can think more like men.

Find out more about 'brain sex' differences by taking the Sex ID test, a groundbreaking experiment designed by a team of top psychologists:

  • Pit your wits against visual challenges.
  • Get a brain sex profile and find out if you think like a man or a woman.
  • See how your results relate to theories about brain sex.
  • Contribute anonymously to a future BBC television programme.
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You can come back to the test more than once to finish it. We'll need your first name or a nickname so we can recognise you for log on purposes only.

Data Protection: The information you enter in the test is anonymous and cannot be linked to you. The data will be analysed by scientists as part of a new brain sex experiment and used for a future science television programme.

(Please only give your first name or nickname.)
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