THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRAIN DOMINANCE PATTERNS FOR TEENAGERS AND ADULTS

Authors

  • Dr.Sheima Nseif Inad , Dr.Mushtaq Khalid Jabbar

Abstract

This study aims to show:
1 .Brain dominance patterns (A, B, C, D) are among adolescents and adults according to
age (22,20,18,16,14) years.
2 .The significance of statistical differences in the patterns of brain dominance are (A, B, C,
D) among adolescents and adults according to age (22,20,18,16,14) years and gender
(male-female) .
The research sample consisted of (300) individuals male and female adults who are about 60
for each of the ages included in the research chosen randomly. To achieve the goal of the
research, a scale (Herman) of brain dominance patterns was applied which was translated
before by Al-Me'mar (2017). The scale consists of 56 items classified into the four types.
After processing the data statistically, the following results were reached - :
1 .Teenagers who are (14) years old suffer from a weakness in the use of patterns (A, B, D),
while type (C) was overwhelming their thinking significantly.
2 .Teenagers who are (16) years old suffer from a weakness in the use of patterns (A, D),
while the two patterns (B, C) were overwhelming their thinking greatly.
3 .Teenagers and adults who are (22, 20, and 18) use the four brain patterns in their thinking .
4 .The use of brain dominance patterns (A, B, C, D) in thinking processes changes with age.
5 .The development of the four patterns of brain dominance is not affected by the gender
variable (males, females) at ages (22,20,18,16,14) years .

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Dr.Sheima Nseif Inad , Dr.Mushtaq Khalid Jabbar. (2020). THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BRAIN DOMINANCE PATTERNS FOR TEENAGERS AND ADULTS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5477 - 5493. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1819