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Left Brain Vs Right Brain By Aneek Gupta

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Left Brain Vs Right Brain By Aneek Gupta

Left Brain Vs Right Brain By Aneek Gupta

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  • 1. Left Brainvs Right BrainByAneek Gupta Considerations Left Brain Right Brain Functions Speech and language, logical analysis and reasoning, mathematical computations. Spatial awareness, intuition, facial recognition, visual imagery, music awareness, art, rhythm. Traits Linear thinking, sequential processing, logical decision- making, reality-oriented. Holistic thinking, random processing, intuitive decision-making, non- verbal processing, fantasy-oriented. Perceived personality traits Analytical, logical, pay attention to detail Creative, artistic, open- minded. Overall Thinking Linear, detail-oriented - "details to whole" approach. Holistic, big-picture oriented - "whole to details" approach. Thought process Sequential; verbal (process with words). Random; non-verbal (process with visuals). Problem- solving Logical - order/pattern perception; emphasis on strategies. Intuitive - spatial/abstract perception; emphasis on possibilities. Controls muscles on Right side of the body. Left side of the body. Strengths Mathematics, analytics, reading, spelling, writing, sequencing, verbal and written language. Multi-dimensional thinking, art, music, drawing, athletics, coordination, repairs, remembers faces, places, events. Difficulties Visualization, spatial/abstract thinking, Following by sequence, understanding parts, organizing a large body of information, remembering names. Thanks aneek

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