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Posted by  Paul Malo on September 26, 2002 at 06:43:37:

In Reply to:  Re: addendum. posted by BRUTUS on September 26, 2002 at 04:07:05:

There is also this current notion of the "left brain-right brain." One side (the left) is supposed to provide the verbal, rational, linear thought process whereas the other (the right) is more holistic, or gestalt oriented--seeing the forests, not merely the trees. We all use both sides, of course, but artists tend to favor the right side function (less verbal). Being a musician and something of a composer, I'm very aware of the non-verbal function. But of course, as you know, scientists and inventors experience creative intuition (we hope, on occasion) which probably is more a function of the non-verbal side of the brain, which "senses" somthing not yet formulated in words.

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