Concept of AMBIPHRENIA

HUMAN BRAIN'S VISUAL CORTEX

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BRAIN AND DIMENSIONS

The experience of viewing in relief (3D) is ambiphrenic, both hemispheres. The left visual field is processed by the right hemisphere and the right visual field is processed by the left hemisphere. The experience of the fourth dimension (time) is also ambiphrenic. The left hemisphere processes our concept of time and its units and the right hemisphere processes the quantity or value of the intervals. But since the right hemisphere is not linguistic It expresses through emotions. These emotions are intuition and nostalgia for the case of time. We can intuit eternity in an instant and by a stimulus associated with our past, like a song, we can perceive a certain interval.

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CASES OF SPLIT BRAIN

"Another patient also exhibited strange behaviors with his right and left hands. His right hand was trying to pull up his pants while the left hand was trying to pull then down. A similar incident occurred when a split-brain patient was having an argument with his wife. The patient was attacking his wife with his left hand while his right hand was defending her".

Source: http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/bb/neuro/neuro00/web1/Vasiliadis.html
 
Evolutionary Origins of Your Right and Left Brain

In Brief

The authors have proposed that the specialization of the brain’s two hemispheres was already in place when vertebrates arose 500 million years ago.
The left hemisphere originally seems to have focused in general on controlling well-established patterns of behavior; the right specialized in detecting and responding to unexpected stimuli.
Both speech and right-handedness may have evolved from a specialization for the control of routine behavior.
Face recognition and the processing of spatial relations may trace their heritage to a need to sense predators quickly.

From: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=evolutionary-origins-of-your-right-and-left-brain
 
EDDIE MURRAY: Has been the best ambidextrous baseball hitter

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