Jog Your Right Brain: An exercise for the classroom and for research
Raynolds, Peter A., & Raynolds, Gennie H. (1988). Jog Your Right Brain: An exercise for the classroom and for research. Developments in Business Simulation & Experiential Exercises, 15, 197-200.
Through the projective differential procedure, participants attention is directed to some of the ways in which the activity of their so-called right-brains enters into consciousness. Gaining an awareness of these processes is a new and valuable experience for many persons. The session consists of a tour through nonverbal reactions to a small set of topics which usually includes an important, real-life, project having relevance for each participant. The information generated often provides fresh insights into the topics themselves, as well as new appreciations of personal reactions and orientations towards them.
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