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Developing Cross Hemispheric Interactive Thinking

Developing Cross Hemispheric Interactive Thinking

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Published by Anthony Fejfar
This Aricle describes cogntive exercises which help develop cross hemispheric, interactive thinking.
This Aricle describes cogntive exercises which help develop cross hemispheric, interactive thinking.

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Published by: Anthony Fejfar on Dec 10, 2010
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Developing Cross Hemispheric Interactive ThinkingByAnthony J. Fejfar, B.A., J.D., Esq., Coif ©Copyright 2010 by Anthony J. Fejfar Cross Hemispheric Interactive Thinking is developed by doingcognitive exercises which develop both analytic and analogical thought processes in tandem. Consider the following exercises:1.An Orange is like a Grapefruit, but, an Orange is not a Grapefruit anda Grapefruit is not an Orange.2.A Baseball is like a Softball, but, a Baseball is not a Softball, anda Softball is not a Baseball.3.A Tiger is like a Lion, but, a Tiger is not a Lion anda Lion is not a Tiger.4.Brown is like Dark Tan, but, Brown is not Dark Tan andDark Tan is not Brown.5.IBM is like Hewlitt Packard, but, IBM is not Hewlitt Packard andHewlitt Packard is not IBM.6.A Hotdog is like a Bratwurst, but, a Hotdog is not Bratwurst andBratwurst is not a Hotdog.7.Beer is like Ale, but, Beer is not Ale and Ale is not beer.

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