Developing Cross Hemispheric Interactive Thinking
Anthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif
©Copyright 2010 by Anthony J. Fejfar
Cross Hemispheric Interactive Thinking is developed by doing
cognitive exercises which develop both analytic and analogical thought
processes in tandem. Consider the following exercises:
- An Orange is like a Grapefruit, but, an Orange is not a Grapefruit and
a Grapefruit is not an Orange.
- A Baseball is like a Softball, but, a Baseball is not a Softball, and
a Softball is not a Baseball.
- A Tiger is like a Lion, but, a Tiger is not a Lion and
a Lion is not a Tiger.
- Brown is like Dark Tan, but, Brown is not Dark Tan and
Dark Tan is not Brown.
- IBM is like Hewlitt Packard, but, IBM is not Hewlitt Packard and
Hewlitt Packard is not IBM.
- A Hotdog is like a Bratwurst, but, a Hotdog is not Bratwurst and
Bratwurst is not a Hotdog.
- Beer is like Ale, but, Beer is not Ale and Ale is not beer.
- A Chicken is like a Turkey, but, a Chicken is not a Turkey and
a Turkey is not a Chicken.
- A River is like a Stream, but, a River is not a Stream and
a Stream is not a River.
- A Nickel is like a Dime, but, a Nickel is not a Dime and
a Dime is not a Nickel.
- A Swiss Franc is like a French Franc, but, a Swiss Franc is not
a French Franc, and a French Franc is not a Swiss Franc.
- A Road is like a Path, but, a Road is not a Path and
a Path is not a Road.
- A Door is like a Window, but, a Window is not a Door and
a Door is not a Window.
- A Motorcyle is like a Moped, but, a Motorcycle is not a Moped
and a Moped is not a Motorcyle.