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> Artistic, Intuitive brain vs. Logical/Analytical brain?
post Jun 07, 2016, 07:08 PM
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So I find that I possess talent and ability in the arts (drawing, painting, design, music), and intuitiveness. however, my math/logic/analytical ability is a 50000 foot cliff dive from the former.
Both of my parents are software and hardware engineers with physics/computer engineering master degrees. They have done extremely well and have interests in all mathematical, analytical, science related things throughout their whole lives, yet I am the complete opposite. I have little to no interest in sciences like physics/chem, computers, or mathematics, but I find a lot of interest in philosophy, psychology, and fine arts.
Does anyone have a theory about the psychology/neuroscience of my individual case, or others alike? I find that many of my peers also experience this, but most are still able to harness the analytical intelligence that their parents have as well.
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post Jun 07, 2016, 11:51 PM
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1.Generally speaking, some of the cases are different, maybe 80%. The child or children are deeply effected by the profession of their parents. For example, if one parent is interested in the science, their child may have some interest and perhaps same neuroscience functioning-level in math, or economics including finance. Actually, it is also influenced by the development of the society, and might be dependent on the environment of the countries.

2.As for the traditional contrast between the human ration and emotion, I should point out that for a real rational human brain, the balanced point throught social practice is the key.

3.I think the behaviours of the parents during the pregnant will affect the child or children, such as the metal or neuro-signal activities.
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