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    capability to memorize and therefore remember vital functions e.g. location of nutrient/water sources and manoeuvres of defence and or escape when faced with a predator (excluding plants) is the difference between an organisms survival. The human brain is an organ that serves as the centre of the nervous system and is responsible for all human functions (control centre of body) including memory, movement, the five senses, respiratory and circulatory systems and speech. It is located in the head

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    Left Brain vs. Right Brain “According to the theory of left-brain or right-brain dominance, each side of the brain controls different types of thinking.” (Cherry 2012) From books to television programs, you've probably heard the phrase mentioned that people are either right brained or left brained thinkers or perhaps you have gone online to take a test to see which one you are. Psychologist have been researching the brain to try and understand learning capability’s that can help with such things

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    between folds is called a sulcus. There are names for the folds and grooves that help define specific brain regions. Right brain – left brain The right and left hemispheres of the brain are joined by a bundle of fibers called the corpus callosum that delivers messages from one side to the other. Each hemisphere controls the opposite side of the body. If a brain tumor is located on the right side of the brain, your left arm or leg may be weak or paralyzed. Not all functions of the hemispheres are shared

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    as humans would not be able to function in the world. The brain has a lot to do with our learning. In terms of how we learn and what hemisphere we use the most. The concept of the right and left brain think developed from research in the late 1960's by an American psychologist Roger W Sperry. The correct term for the halves would be hemispheres. Mr. Sperry had discovered that the human brain has two different ways of thinking. The right hemisphere being more visual and the left hemisphere being

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    Imagine a patient with “split brain.” Imagine the corpus callopsum being damaged and no longer having that connection between the hemispheres. One would see the divide between the two hemispheres and how hard it is to function without that fluidity. But why is that? The left hemisphere controls the right side of the body while the right hemisphere controls the left. Subsequently, the left hemisphere is in charge of language while the right is in charge of spatial ability and visual imagery. To put

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    Left-brained, right-brained, what’s really the difference between the two? It may be surprising but the cerebrum of the brain is split into two different hemispheres, both of which perform different tasks and focus on different thoughts. Researchers use this very information to understand the cerebral hemisphere functions, specifically researchers use a theory known as Left Brain-Right Brain Theory.This essay will discuss the basic principal of the Left Brain-Right Brain Theory, the three major

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    patients with brain injuries, Roger Sperry discovered that the brain’s right and the left hemispheres performed certain jobs. While each side is connected by the Corpus Callosum which sends messages back and forth, each hemisphere functions differently. The left brain versus right brain theory is based on Sperry’s findings. “The theory is that people are either left-brained or right-brained, meaning that one side of their brain is dominant” (Pietrangelo, 2017, para. 7). The left side of the brain is responsible

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    Left brain VS Right brain Matthew Stafford Davenport University 10/25/2012 Right Brain Your brain processes and reacts to certain situations in many different ways. This is directly due to either being left brain or right brain. What is left brain or right brain you ask? People use either side to approach solutions to a variety of problems with different outcomes. People who are left brain tend to approach each problem with an analytical point of view. Right brain thinkers tend to

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    Just like the human brain, in United States politics, there is right and, left hemisphere. Both hemispheres coexist but, there is a deep contrast in how they work. The left brain or, the conservatives, are Linear with their thinking while, the liberals or, the right brain, are much more holistic with their thinking, especially when it comes to the environment. The left brains linear way of thinking can be useful in some cases but often times fails to look at the whole picture. The conservatives

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    I. The left and right hemispheres of the brain have many different functions, but they also work together to accomplish certain tasks. The brain is a soft, shiny, grayish white, mushroom shaped structure. It is a bundle of nerve tissue that has a mass of about three pounds on average. During the 1900s a neurophysiologist well-known as Roger Sperry had determined that the two hemispheres operated individually, but could still communicate with each other. During the 1950s the corpus callosum was ascertained

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