Variations within Brain Types.Ai?? Some are easy to understand and others are much more confusing, and all the reasons for them would take a large memoir to cover.Ai?? As a BT enthusiast, you know that nature and nurture are both responsible for these variations in “personality” (and even motor-skills to some degree).Ai?? While nurture is appreciable, physio-nature is also significant, and becoming even more culpable as science continues to unravel the secrets that make us who we are.Ai?? To give you just a little better idea of what we’re talking about, here are three recent articles that caught our eye, ranging from our choices made simply due to right or left-handedness to how we respond to stress differently to one college basketball player’s struggle with an atypical form of stuttering.Ai?? We may be writing a more in-depth article on Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in the near future. – BT

Lefties vs. Righties: How we decide differently

We like to think that we make decision based on our ideas of right and wrong — and we do, to an extent …
http://shine.yahoo.com/healthy-living/bodies-influence-decisions-223400296.html

Single Gene May Drive Men’s Aggressive Stress Response

When men get stressed, their bodies get more revved up than women’s. Now, two Australian researchers have a theory as to why ai??i?? and it all boils down to a single gene …
http://news.yahoo.com/single-gene-may-drive-mens-aggressive-stress-response-170603585.html

Kentucky’s Kidd-Gilchrist read to be a source of inspiration on many levels

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist set up in the Kentucky locker room Sunday afternoon roughly 30 hours before he’ll be introduced as a starter in college basketball’s national championship game and answered questions about Wildcats and Jayhawks and even April Fool’s Day …
http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball/story/18228469

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