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05 FACTS;-

1-Left-brained people are supposed to be logical, analytical, and methodical, while right-brained people are supposed to be creative, disorganized, and artistic.

2-But this left-brain / right-brain theory has been refuted by a large-scale, two-year study by researchers at the University of Utah. In other words, it is untrue that logical people predominantly use the left side of the brain and artistic people predominantly use the right. All people use both halves of the brain. However, the stereotypes associated with being left- or right-brained persist and continue to arouse curiosity.

3-In schools, left-brained ways of thinking are generally favored over right-brained, primarily because of the logical and analytical skills of left-brained students. Right brain focused curriculums concentrate on the visual and artistic, using metaphors, movement and role-playing. Again, certain specific characteristics are commonly found in right-brain dominant individuals, such as being good at art or sports, and being able to memorize words or lyrics easily. They can also be hypnotized.

4-But are we totally one or the other? A lot of what we consider either left or right brain activity is actually being done on both sides. In fact, most people are more or less equal on both sides of the brain, and uses the example of a scientist who is analytical and good at math, so he is characterized as being left-brained. However, he also has to be creative in order to make up and evaluate experiments, characteristic of the right-brained.

5-The conclusion is drawn that a label of left- or right-brained is not important, that people should not let themselves be pigeon-holed (classify) , because both hemispheres are functioning. In other words, most people are not entirely one or the other; there is usually a mix, with a little more preference toward one side of the brain or the other. That may explain why I am artistic and creative (right-brain functions) but good at languages (a left-brain attribute).


15 FACTS;-

1-Small Picture – trees in the forest. Details, details, details.

2-Small muscle groups or fine motor skills – fingers, toes, throat and mouth for speaking 3-Translates sounds of letters and syllables into language.

4-Verbal side of brain – reading, writing, speaking, interpretation.

4-1-Broca’s area (a region of the brain concerned with the production of speech) is found in 97% of people on the left side of the brain, which is responsible for organization, planning and sequencing of motor movements of speech.

4-2-Wernicke’s area is also found here and is used for speech comprehension Reads individual words in a sentence and translates the meaning, letter by letter and syllable by syllableLiteral brain – understands the primary meaning of the word.

5-Again due to Broca’s area: understanding the meaning of a word and how a word sounds.

6-Conscious side of brain – every conscious move the body makes, conscious thoughts (talking to yourself in your head), reading, doing a math problem.

7-Linear and logical brain – basic math operations, arithmetic, calculating, remembering numbers in a sequenceSystemizing, linear and logical, examine things one at a time and in order, basic science and math and logical pursuits.

8-Pattern recognition skills – what comes next in the sequence or figuring out the patternComputer games are pattern recognition tasks – left brain loves this.

9-Language develops because of pattern recognition skills, learning to play instrument = pattern and fine motor skills.

10-Thinking brain – loves routine and hates new things

11-Curious brain – IQ

12-Approach – not cautious

13-Emotionally – positive emotions, happiness, having fun, get up and go

14-Immune system – fight off infections and toxins, lymphoid tissue growth and development, antibodies.

15-Heart rhythm.


13 FACTS;-

1-Sees the big picture (the whole forest, not the trees)

2-Moves big muscle groups, responsible for posture, gait (the way we walk)

3-Spatial awareness – allows you to feel yourself in space.

4-Proprioception, balance, knowing where the body is in relationship to gravity and relationship to yourself and others.

5-Nonverbal communication, which is the foundation for socialization – this is learned. subconsciously/subliminallyNonverbal communication is the foundation of verbal communication that develops on the left side later

6-Emotional and empathetic – once they identify emotions in themselves they can identify same emotions in others via nonverbal communication (EQ).

7-Operates sensory controls (senses and feels the whole body) – borders insular cortex (child feels internal sensations from the gut, heart and lungs that allow to feel emotions)