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Glossary of Right Left Brain Characteristics

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Awareness of things, but minimal connection with words
Nonverbal
Keeping track of time, sequencing one thing after another: doing first things first and second things second
Temporal
Not requiring a basis of reason or facts; willingness to suspend judgment
Nonrational
Putting things together to form wholes
Synthetic
Taking out a small bit of information and using it to represent the whole
Abstract
Figuring things out step by step and part by part
Analytic
Linked ideas, one thought directly following another often leading to a convergent conclusion
Linear
Using numbers as in counting
Digital
Drawing conclusions based on reason and facts
Rational
Seeing where things are in relation to other things; and how parts go together to form a whole
Spatial
Using something to stand for something else, like a + to stand for the addition process
Symbolic
Seeing likenesses between things; understanding metaphoric relationships
Analogic
A mathematical theorem or a well stated argument
Logical
Making leaps of insight, often based on incomplete patterns, hunches, feelings or visual images
Intuitive
Relating to things as they are, at the present moment
Concrete
Without a sense of time
Nontemporal
Using words to name, describe and define
Verbal

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