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    Default Dualization, a theory

    I haven't read the forum for years. So perhaps I am about to write what someone else already has.

    I think that, in every person, one of the two halves of the brain dominates the other.

    When a person activates his "offline" half of the brain, he/she gets dualized

    My idea is that static functions are located in one half of the brain, whereas dynamic functions are located in the other.
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    Armchair neuropsychology time? Sure why not.

    I assume you mean that static IMs should be located in the left hemisphere while dynamic IMs are located in the right hemisphere. This idea makes some intuitive sense but it also suggests that dynamic types should be more often left-handed compared to statics, which doesn't seem to be the case.

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