The left hemisphere: controls muscles on right side of body, numerical and scientific skills, ability to use and understand sign language, spoken and written language. (Tortora, Gerard J. and Sandra Reynolds Grabowski. Principles of Anatomy and Physiology, 10th Edition. p 477. NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2003.)

Left hemisphere processes words, definitions, and language. Right hemisphere processes inflection, tonality, tempo, and volume of communication. Female brain processes both language and feelings at the same time far more efficiently than the male brain. (Jensen, Eric. Brain-Based Learning (Revised). p 16-17. CA: The Brain Store, 2005.)

The left hemisphere tends to break things into component parts, processing in a linear, sequential manner. (Restak, Richard, MD. Mozart’s Brain and the Fighter Pilot. p 86-88. NY: Harmony Books, 2001.)

Association is a left hemispheric thinking process based on finding functional relationships between two objects or contexts. Source.

The left hemisphere likely generates vigorous beta waves associated with analytical thought. (Healy, Jane M., PhD. Your Child’s Growing Mind. p 324-325, 335-336. NY: Doubleday, 1987, 1989.)

Left hemisphere is more verbal, right hemisphere is more spatial. Melodies, sonar signals, and environmental sounds are better perceived when presented to the left ear (with connections to the Right Hemisphere). Verbal stimuli was better perceived when presented to the right visual field and ear (with connections to the Left Hemisphere). (Williams, Linda. Teaching for the Two-Sided Mind. p 18-20. CA: Touchstone Books: 1986.)

Harvard-trained neuroanatomist, Dr Jill Taylor: left hemisphere is egoistic, intellectual (logic), and attached to time. (Nirvana and the Right Brain.)

The left hemisphere is analytical, logical, precise, and time sensitive. The right is dreamier and processes things in a holistic way rather than breaking them down. It is more involved with sensory perception than abstract cognition. (Carter, Rita, Ed. Mapping the Mind. p 36. CA: University of California Press, 1998.)

Left hemisphere: analytical, interested in component parts, detects features, sequential and serial processing, temporal, verbal. (Williams, Linda. Teaching for the Two-Sided Mind. p 26. CA: Touchstone Books: 1986.)

The left hemisphere tends to break things into component parts, processing in a linear, sequential manner. (Restak, Richard, MD. Mozart’s Brain and the Fighter Pilot. p 86-88. NY: Harmony Books, 2001.)

The left hemisphere tends to take over once new learning has become established. It is not as likely to be unduly influenced by the first two brain layers. (Pearce, Joseph Chilton. The Biology of Transcendence. p 36-38. VT: Park Street Press, 2002.)

The left hemisphere governs the right side of the body. (Brothers, Joyce, PhD. What Every Woman Should Know About Men. p 29-33. NY:Ballantine Books 1981.)

Left hemisphere deals predominantly with verbal abilities and the detailed orderly processing of information. Brain Sex, the Real Difference Between Men & Women. p 38-40. NY: Carol Publishing Group, 1989, 1991.)

The left hemisphere turns a person’s reality into ideas that can be communicated to others through language. (Newberg, Andrew, MD., and Mark Robert Waldman. Why We Believe What We Believe. p 67. NY: Free Press, 2006.)

The analytic left hemisphere specializes in language skills. (Durden-Smith, Jo, and Diane deSimone. Sex and the Brain. p 48-52. NY: Arbor House Publishing, 1983.)

The left hemisphere is skilled at operating in “just-the-facts” mode that emphasizes logic and reason. Needs to be combined with right hemisphere processing to attain a unified experience. (Restak, Richard, MD. Mozart’s Brain and the Fighter Pilot. p 164-169. NY: Harmony Books, 2001.)

The left brain is analytical, logical, precise, and time-sensitive. It creates the feeling of amusement and so is quite happy to laugh at more or less anything when prompted. The left brain likes the details. (Carter, Rita, Ed. Mapping the Mind. p 36. CA: University of California Press, 1998.)

The left hemisphere tends to process information in the order that it is presented, step-by-step sequentially. Is concerned with details. (Bricklin, Mark, et al. Positive Living and Health. p 50-52. PA: Rodale Press, 1990.)

The physical functions of the right side of the body are controlled by the left hemisphere. (Pease, Barbara and Allan. Why Men Don’t Listen and Women Can’t Read Maps. p 74-76. NY: Broadway Books, 1998.)

From the beginning of life, the left hemisphere has a tendency to want to be in charge. Left is analytical and sequential, right is wholistic and simultaneous. (Healy, Jane M., PhD. Your Child’s Growing Mind. p 128-133. NY: Doubleday, 1987, 1989.)

The left hemisphere controls right side of the body (e.g., left-hemisphere stroke can cause right-leg paralysis). (On the Brain, newsletter. p 2-3. CA:2005.www.PositScience.com)

Proclamation involves left-hemisphere functions, as compared to spirituality, although difficult to describe, relates to functions of the right hemisphere. (Benson, Herbert, MD, with William Proctor. Your Maximum Mind. p 195-198. NY: Avon Books, 1987.)

Writers who are left brained and report or write to exchange information, are often very careful but lack forms of creativity. (Wonder, Jacquelyn, and Priscilla Donovan.Whole Brain Thinking. p 171. NY: Ballantine Books, 1984.)

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