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Right Brain, Left Brain? Scientists Debunk Popular Theory Posted: 08/19/2013 8:20 am EDT  |  Updated: 08/20/2013 it turns out, though, that this idea of "brained-ness" might be more of a figure of speech than anything, as researchers have found that these personality traits may not have anything to do with which side of the brain you use more.

Right Brain, Left Brain? Scientists Debunk Popular Theory

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This image shows the new location of the neck's motor control region on a homunculus drawing.

Redrawing the brain’s motor map Neuroscientists at Emory have refined a map showing which parts of the brain are activated during head rotation, resolving a decades-old puzzle. Their findings may help.

When your brain becomes ‘quieter’, remarkable things can happen. It’s time to go with the flow

Making it up as you go along: how your brain improvises

Olivia Newsome illustration of man playing the saxophone to an audience

Video provided by the Kavli Foundation - The Microbiome & the Brain - A New State of Mind:  Probiotics and mood, plants containing probioitics, etc.  Really interesting.

Video provided by the Kavli Foundation - The Microbiome & the Brain - A New State of Mind: Probiotics and mood, plants containing probioitics, etc.

Mapping the fugue state that allows rappers to freestyle, jazz musicians to improvise, and artists turn off their self-edit

The Neuroanatomy of Freestyle Rap

Mapping the fugue state that allows rappers to freestyle, jazz musicians to improvise, and artists turn off their self-edit

Neuroscience: Idle minds  Neuroscientists are trying to work out why the brain does so much when it seems to be doing nothing at all.

Let your mind wander as Kerri Smith explores resting brain activity with the help of two neuroscientists.

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