The left brain processes information in an analytic and sequential way, while the right brain processes information in an intuitive and simultaneous way. The left brain first looks at the pieces of information and then p... More »

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The left brain controls the muscles on the right side of the body, and the right brain controls the muscles on the left side of the body. The right brain-left brain theory states those who identify as right-brain thinker... More »

In general the right side of the brain controls visual and spatial information, while the left controls logic and language, says About.com. However, recent research suggests that both sides of the brain work together and... More »

Catawba Valley Community College's brain-dominance quiz, the BuzzFeed brain-dominance quiz and the Sommer + Sommer 30-second brain test are brief assessments to help someone determine if he is left or right brain dominan... More »

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Answers to a question about one's greatest achievement in context of a job interview can focus on beating sales or revenue goals, establishing new procedures or processes, developing ideas that changed the way things wer... More »

Neurosis is a mental health problem best defined as a spectrum of personalities that have exceeded their natural inclination and temperament, giving way to obsession with certain thought processes. Psychosis refers to a ... More »

An encoding failure in psychology refers to a situation in which information does not enter the brain's long-term memory. In these instances, the brain simply does not store all the information a person sees. More »