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Re: Emotions and brain laterality

Posted by Phillip Marx on December 23, 1999, at 1:58:08

In reply to Re: Emotions and brain laterality, posted by Noa on December 22, 1999, at 23:58:30

The actual article on emotional research:

using equipment designed and manufactured at for visualization of measured brain responses of any stimulus response reaction.

also, lateral thinking, more like Mensa thinking than emotional thinking:
"Lateral Thinking" by Edward de Bono (Harper Colophone, NY, NY) A somewhat abstract book on creative thought processes but has very effective problem solving techniques.

Phillip Marx

> Yes, I think you are right about right side being associated with negative emotions.
> I also think we each DO have innate tendencies, but I don't think it necessarily dooms us. I think there is the possibility of sensitizing parents to the individual tendencies of their infants, and that this increased awareness and sensitivity would help prevent some of the suffering that many of us have experienced. If my parents had known how to respond appropriately to my "style" and could understand how I might be
experiencing my world and myself, maybe I wouldn't have learned to be so self critical.




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