Why are “right-brained” people more creative and “left-brained” people better at math?

Your brain is split into two symmetrical (or mirror-image) halves known as hemispheres, connected by a ribbon of white matter known as the corpus callosum, through which both halves communicate. It’s common knowledge that the right side of the brain is the source of music concertos, masterpiece paintings, and deep emotions, while the left side specializes in solving logic problems and dealing with numbers. But in this case, common knowledge is incorrect. While the various lobes have their specialties (language, memory, sensory perception, etc.), experiments show that both hemispheres pull their weight during every task. While the left hemisphere excels at detecting words in sounds, for example, the right hemisphere detects the emotions in those words.


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