Left Brain vs Right Brain Research Paper

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Left brain VS Right brain
Matthew Stafford
Davenport University

Right Brain
Your brain processes and reacts to certain situations in many different ways. This is directly due to either being left brain or right brain. What is left brain or right brain you ask?
People use either side to approach solutions to a variety of problems with different outcomes.
People who are left brain tend to approach each problem with an analytical point of view. Right brain thinkers tend to arise at solutions based on their understanding of relationships. We will discuss how each side of the brain can have negative or positive impacts of solutions, and will give detail information on each side.(Dr. J. Robert dew, 1996)

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I am right brained and had that pointed out a lot by my family and friends. I remember my friend Brent saying “ Matt, you would lose your head if it wasn’t connected to your body.” I also tend to have a hard time following through on a lecture unless I know exactly what it is on and what the overview of the lecture is. I try to first look at the answer of a question then try going back to the actual question. Being right brained for me has a real negative impact on my studies, because, I tend to miss the smaller steps to a problem and more often than not, the steps I’ve missed are often the more important ones. The ways in which I can become a better student and have a more stabilized study pattern is to simply try to adopt more of the left brain patterns such as using all data to arise at a solution. Also being able to actually focus on each problem as they arrive and take time to solve each problem thoroughly will be a great addition to my learning tools. For decades people have been using learning tools to help them arrive at better outcomes to their problems. In today’s world we now have more studies being conducted to help that process be more transitional to more understanding of different methods. The left brain or right brain theory is a great tool to help the person understand exactly how their learning process is conducted and helps them