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Unfortunately this question is based on a false premise. Thanks for asking. The oversimplified view on brain lateralisation is so stubbornly persistant and it invaded so many meditation guides, self help blogs, pseudoscientific faith healing and even job interviewer criteria, that it is now a part of "viral" phenomenon. Yes, brain lateralisation exists. ...


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Q: how to train our brain to always use left part for thinking & deciding things? How do I not take emotional decisions? A: For the second question, you can train to take rational rather than emotional decisions by trying to use reasons and logic over emotions every time you make a decision. This can be trained and you’ll succeed in the long run; it ...


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I found your question hard to answer because of the multiple disorders involved. I hope my answers contains some information that is usefull to you. However, it is likely not the satifsying answers you are looking for. According to Hansen, Oerbeck, Skirbekk, Petrovski, & Kristensen (2018) about 21 percent of children with neurodevelopmental disorders (...


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There are a huge array of options here depending on the sophistication of the course you are looking for. I would suggest for a free option starting with MIT, they provide a large range of modules online associated with psychology and neuroscience (please see the attached link) with videos of the lectures they have conducted within the university. A ...


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What you seem to be talking about here are cultural influences affecting your judgement on what is right and wrong to say and do in certain situations. Ecologies shape cultures, and cultures influence the development of personalities (Triandis & Suh, 2002). The conceptualization of culture is by no means a simple matter. One possible way to think ...


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I'm going to focus on your third question: What does scientific research tell us about why humans have this tendency? I use the word "focus" because, well, I can't answer that. But I can introduce you a field of research that may be able to answer that for you. It's cognitive science of religion: Cognitive science of religion is the study of religious ...


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