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right brain

n.
The cerebral hemisphere to the right of the corpus callosum, controlling activities on the left side of the body and, in humans, usually controlling perception of spatial and nonverbal concepts.
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Working with renowned experts in the areas of business strategy and formation, marketing, finance, sales, legal, and leadership, The Right-Brainers in Business Video Summit teaches creative entrepreneurs how to integrate their left and right-brains to get things done in a way that's fun, sustainable and extremely profitable.
These findings demonstrate the role of right-brain insight in systems thinking.
If you naturally live in the left side of your brain, include right-brain activities that promote creativity and synthesis like role playing, brainstorming, and creative problem solving.
And that means, again, as I said, that the left-brain abilities are still essential, they're just not enough, and the right-brain abilities are the ones that really matter most.
About a third of a second before reporting sudden insights, volunteers displayed a burst of high-frequency electrical activity in a right-brain region that integrates distantly related pieces of verbal information.
It will be interesting to see if and how this shift from a world economy dominated by left-brainers really does give way to right-brain hegemony.
For associations, a right-brain economy means that we'll need to differentiate our offerings to reflect right-brain sensibilities.
In preverbal children, interpersonal experiences affect right-brain maturation, which is essentially complete by 3 years of age, so abuse or neglect can have lingering mal-adaptive effects on right-brain function.
Action-oriented techniques are emphasized, which engage family members through right-brain learning, and include visual imagery, metaphor, and imaginative play.
Many experts today reckon that if we are to handle the problems of the future we will need to make much more use of these right-brain qualities and characteristics.
Even though there is constant communication from one side of the brain to the other, it is believed that most of us have either a right-brain or left-brain dominance, or preference.
Source: Left-Brain Finance for Right-Brain People, by Paula Ann Monroe