left-brained


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left-brained

(lĕft′brānd′) also

left-brain

(-brān′)
adj.
1. Having the left brain dominant.
2. Of or relating to the thought processes, such as logic and calculation, generally associated with the left brain.
3. Of or relating to a person whose behavior is dominated by logic, analytical thinking, and verbal communication, rather than emotion and creativity.
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The quick and increasing popularity of Pinterest shows how much right-brain thinkers needed attention in a predominantly left-brained Internet, and the way people categorize things they find on the Internet has revealed just how much of a need there is to radically change online shopping," Gatz said.
If your thought processes tend to be more analytical, objective, and detailed-oriented, you may be a left-brained learner.
It's obvious that in order to foster a more whole-brained training experience, we need to include training techniques that connect with both right-and left-brained learners.
Jeffrey Freed, Right-Brained Children in a Left-Brained World (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997).
As an extension, suggest that they try this activity using a left-brained approach, by trying to memorize the locations of all the triangles.
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The workings of his words indicate an uncontestable care and loving respect for, as well as a left-brained skill with, the most subtle and resonant nuances of language.
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As a practical matter, the model shows the manager that he or she must find smooth transitions between the left-brained, objective processes in his or her work and the right-brained, subjective, abstract ones.