Some subjects explored are play and movement, interpersonal neurobiology and creativity, play and right-brain
development, cross-cultural aspects of play, empathic attunement and music, and play in couples therapy.
All that neuroscience knows is that intuition is primarily a right-brain
function, as neurobiologist and Nobel Prize winner Roger Sperry discovered in the 1970s during his experiments with epileptic patients and accident victims.
In fact, she transformed from a logical, left-brain thinker to a more creative right-brain
I attribute my right-brain
awakening to the resistance I felt to the knowledge held within my logical mind.
This differs from other books on organization or time management, which require almost regimental choices with little room for right-brain
Their host institution did not mince words when it announced in a press release, "Researchers Debunk Myth of 'Right-brain
' and 'Left-brain' Personality Traits." (9) But the researchers themselves were more circumspect; in the language of the academic paper, they noted that
Building Your Business the Right-Brain
Way: Sustainable Success for the Creative Entrepreneur pairs self-help and psychology with a business focus that provide the basics of real-world-tested techniques leading to business success, and is a fine recommendation for all kinds of businesses and their managers.
The functional medicine heuristic, on the other hand, adds a right-brain
, systems approach to clinical care that supports a carefully nurtured and protected partnership between the clinician and the patient, to illuminate the underlying mechanisms of the patient's illness(es).
It seems that producing "alpha waves" in the right-brain
hemisphere will limit our inhibitions and provide us with a muchimproved performance in all manner of activities.
To tap into their fullest potential as human beings and evolve to the next level, either professionally or as part of their personal growth plan, they need to develop right-brain
Most people think that "aha moments," moments of sudden insight, are unpredictable or limited only to people of genius, but in this book for general readers, Ramsland (criminal justice and forensic psychology, DeSales U.) draws on recent research in memory, left-brain and right-brain
coordination, and human attention to offer a three-step method for cultivating epiphanies and creative insights on a daily basis.
All participants underwent assessment by four cognitive evaluations: the phonemic verbal fluency test and the categorical verbal fluency test--both designed to assess cognition in the left brain--and the Raven Colored Progressive Matrices Test and the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test, both of which assess right-brain