Brain Map


Split-Brain Studies
American brain scientist Roger Wolcott Sperry, 1962.

The left brain is concerned with analytical tasks, categorization, logical organization, information sequencing, complex motor functions, equations, formulae, recipes, grammar and word order. It can speak, write and make mathematical calculations.

The right brain is concerned with the perception and matching global patterns, part-whole relationship, spatial orientation, creative sensibility, musical patterns and emotional expression or recognition. It, although mute, can read and comprehend the meaning of simple, mono-syllabic nouns but cannot understand adjectives or verbs. It can only perform simple additions up to 20 but cannot subtract, multiply or divide.

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All the above files are located respectively on the cerebral cortex of the brain.