Friday, December 8, 2017

Last Post

Just had my twitter account 'temporarily suspended' for violating some arcane unspecified rule. Twitter may have legitimate concerns that I am a bot of some sort but I don't feel like jumping through any hoops to get it reinstated.  Groucho Marx said "I wouldn't join any club that would have me".  If tweeting my feelings or retweeting my feelings means I have jump through whatever filters they have, then it is not worth it.

I think it is time for me to move on from this supposed free information sharing of the internet. I am really not sure I have anything but the most simple of bots reading my posts here. I plan on continuing to work on my left tongue work as it comes. I may be wrong on the whole concept but I don't think so.

Take care


Perceptual asymmetries and handedness: a neglected link?

Why the right knee?

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Whale of a tale

There is a great deal unsaid in this article and probably a great deal of misunderstanding on my part. In my normal movements I don't think I differentiated the left muscular control of my head, face, tongue and sublingual region but used it in a subordinated way to the right. I think there is a large functional component, that may reinforce the hard-wiring, in that I normally see the persona of others as right sided and relate muscularly in that way.

I think I can use the left side now in a poorly differentiated spastic way and if I work hard enough get a sense of the persona of others in their left side. 

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Blue Whales go both ways

"It was the first known example of an animal altering handedness to adjust to the context of a performed task."



Tuesday, October 24, 2017

The The ability to perceive

"This tendency of people to perceive what they expect to perceive is more important than any tendency to perceive what they want to perceive."

Expect to perceive is more important

I maybe expecting to perceive less from the left side of others faces (right visual field) so that is what I perceive. But then it would seem that there would not be a documented condition of pseudo neglect 

I still have to make a deliberate attempt to see the left side of faces during conversation but it has become more habitual. Watching interviews and such online I feel I get more micro expressions displayed on the right half of others (left visual field) face than the left. I think I expect to see the right half of others (left visual field)expressing the emotions I need to see to understand them.

The the thing is on purpose though I often do it accidently

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Puppy dogs eyes

Saw this 'gut wrenching' picture  in one of my web journeys.  I immediately noticed the difference in the eye positions and then put in on my back brain burner. Since seeing the picture I was trying to determine in my mind why the puppy appeared sad. I'm not sure of why but the difference in the position of the eyes reminds me of 'chimeric' image here.  My blog post on the subject.

The right eye is not making contact and looking away and to the right.  The left eye does not seem as sad but there appear to be tear drops streaks on coming from the corner of the left eye. However if I ignore the tears I get a sense that the left eye is still reading the viewer.  Maybe in anticipation of getting a treat or other reward. The immediate sense of my mine in seeing the picture is how can I do something to cheer this fellow up. If I switch the puppies eyes in my mind I don't nearly get the same emotion.

PS Still getting gradual and more control of the left side of my head that feels more left initiated but it still remains incomplete and spastic.

Additional relink on horses

Sunday, July 16, 2017

The powerful right

Just read an interesting article on power.
If combined with pseudo-neglect and I pay attention to the left space (the right side of head of others) and they do the same we are communicating with each others right side.

When we watch someone perform an action, the part of the brain we would use to do that same thing lights up in sympathetic response.