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RE: Right side of the brain

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Rich Stephen J Contr ACC/CEVP (stephen.rich)
Wed, 28 Apr 1999 14:08:53 -0400


Jana,

see my post: "bookwork vs. studio work". The observation can be interpreted
as left/right brain differences.
Also, I noticed in book "Drawing on the Right Side
of the Brain" the author says that linguistics is
primarily located on the left side of the brain. This
is the opposite of where Howard Gardner says linguistics is housed in his
book, "Multiple Intelligences" (which I recommend). I tend to go with
Gardner, but does anyone have harder data on where linguistics are located?

Has anyone done any work or studies on right side of the brain activities?
I'm working through "Drawing from the Right Side of the Brain" and I am
having LOTS of fun with it.

Just wondered if anyone had any thoughts on this or any other reading
material to recommend.

Thanks!