JOURNAL ENTRY #1: Your Brain Due before Session 3 You may email your personal answers to email@example.com or you may print/write your answers and bring them to Session 3. Your Brain: The Right and Left of It by Betty Edwards, The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain: v1Q1: Do you agree with neuroscientist J.Z. Young that the right hemisphere of your brain isn’t really important? Why or why not? v1Q2: Each of our hemispheres gathers in the same sensory information, but each half may handle the information in different ways. Which hemisphere do you default to or rely upon the most? Why? v1Q3: If students who learn how to draw become more “artistic” and therefore creative, do you see any use in you becoming more creative? Why or why not? v1Q4: What was your education most like: (a) concerned with the importance of intuitive and creative thought or (b) structured in the left-‐hemisphere mode? Why? v1Q5: Read the chart on page 44, using the 9 characteristics, which mode sounds like you, left-‐mode or right-‐mode? Why?