Many people think the brain’s left hemisphere is responsible for logical and methodical thought, while the right hemisphere is the home of creative and visuospatial thought. However, the majority of tasks involve both of the brain’s hemispheres. For instance, language is mostly processed by the left side, but intonation by the right. This feat of cross-brain communication is made possible by a network of more than 200 million nerve fibres called the corpus callosum.
‘Wait! So is this a hypothesis, a theory, or a fact?’