Have you been constantly wondering if you are an extrovert or an introvert? If so, then try out this optical illusion and find out more about your inner personality traits.
For those wondering what an optical illusion is, these are images that bend an individual’s visual perception and make them see what isn’t there. These illusions can even add stimuli to a person’s visual perception and confuse them.
Researchers have long dug deep to find the truth about the human brain, which is often affected by these optical illusions. However, nothing of use has yet been discovered by these studies.
While people believe that optical illusions are only good for moments when people have some extra time on their hands, that is not the case at all. These illusions can be used to determine a person’s IQ levels and can also be used as a tool to look deeper into an individual’s personality and uncover their true selves.
Learn the truth about your personality through this illusion test.
What Do You See First?
Your task is simple. All you have to do is observe the illusion before you and figure out which object you saw first. The object you notice first will reveal your hidden personality traits and determine if you are someone who is introverted or more adventurous.
The image you see before you is a combination of two illustrations. While some recognise the mountain drawn on the image, others notice the face. What you see uncovers your inner personality and will give you a clear view of the type of person you are.
What It Means
If you saw a mountain when you first looked at the illusion, then it shows that you are someone who is introverted. You are content in your own comfort zone and nurture a deep inner world. You are someone who does not estimate their self-esteem based on their perceived worth to the outside world.
While people might misconstrue your introversion as being lazy and self-important, it’s just you keeping to yourself.
If, at first glance, you see a face, you are someone adventurous. You are always on the hunt for novelty and often find yourself surrounded by people. You have a need for external validation. This need drives you out of your comfort zone to do things you never thought about being associated with.