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A Critical Thought: Colorblindness

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Today we’ll be looking at colorblindness/deficiency: The definition and various types, technology that already exists, and what might exist in the future. Also, this topic is a personal one to me, so there areĀ also some ‘fun facts about the author‘ included near the end. This topic differs from what I …

A Critical Thought: Colorblindness was last modified: June 6th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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A Critical Thought: The Mozart Effect

Riley Sproul A Critical Thought, Ideas, Neurology Leave a Comment

The Mozart Effect. Or, the idea that listening to classical music (usually Mozart) can increase ones IQ, spatial reasoning, and/or other non music-related brain processes; both in developed brains (college students) and in developing ones (newborns, toddlers, ect.). Also described here as, “The general use of music to improve memory, …

A Critical Thought: The Mozart Effect was last modified: June 7th, 2015 by Riley Sproul

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Debunkery- Left Brained vs Right Brained?

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Welcome to Debunkery! The topic of the day is: Cognitive Hemispheric Dominance (CHD). The idea that the left hemisphere of our brain is one way and the right is another, and that the differences impact one’s personality. Many people believe that the left brain deals with logic, rationality, deduction, ect. …

Debunkery- Left Brained vs Right Brained? was last modified: March 12th, 2015 by Riley Sproul