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A New Way of Thinking about Thinking

The left brain/right brain story is just that: A story, with little basis in credible neuroscience. But a new theory of cognitive function based on another, frequently overlooked, anatomical division of the brain draws on more than 30 years of valid scientific research to give us a new way of understanding ourselves and the people in our lives. Read More

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Stephen M. Kosslyn, Ph.D., is a psychologist and neuroscientist, and G. Wayne Miller is an author.


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