Differing areas of the brain are specialized for different functions. (Restak, Richard, MD. Mozart’s Brain and the Fighter Pilot. p 86-88. NY: Harmony Books, 2001.)

Brains are like fingerprints. Each brain possesses a unique neurological topography. (Johnson, Steven. Mind Wide Open. p 4. NY: Scribner, 2004.)

Each mind has its specialties and frailties. No one can be good at everything. However, society / school expects children to shine in all classes, athletics, and in following verbal directions. (Levine, Mel, MD. A Mind at a Time. p 60-62. NY: Simon & Schuster, 2002.)