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Unlocking the mind

Welcome to the first edition of “Mind Matters”, an occasional newsletter from MyBrain International.

The objective of the newsletter is to provide an insight into the fascinating subject of the human brain - how it works, how it influences our lives, its limitations and what happens when things go wrong.

Although this sounds rather scientific, the purpose of the newsletter, the MyBrain web site and our Brain Blog is to relate the science of the brain to our every-day lives, both at work and in our free time.

I hope that you find the newsletter fun, entertaining and interesting. If however you would prefer not to receive it, please click on the unsubscribe link at the foot of this newsletter or reply to the email you received with "remove" in the subject line.

To learn more about both MyBrain International and the subject of Neurological Dominance, visit the MyBrain web site at www.mybrain.co.uk.

What is Neurological Dominance?

In the same way as most people will use one hand in preference to the other or have a preference for which leg they push off with when they start walking, we all have preferences for which parts of our brains we use when processing information.

Because different parts of our brains process information in different ways, these physiological preferences form the foundations of our personality. Learning about your Brain will therefore explain more than simply the way you are, it will explain why you are the way you are.

Click here to learn more about the subject of Neurological Dominance.

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