Within what brain region would damage be most likely to disrupt your ability to skip rope?
1). How might you feel with two separate brain hemispheres, both of which controlled your thoughts and actions but one of which dominated your consciousness and speech? How might that affect your sense of self, as one indivisible person? Provide a personal example of a way of thinking/action that is hemisphere-dominant (something that you think/do and which part of the brain controls that thought/action).
2). Within what brain region would damage be most likely to disrupt your ability to skip rope? Your ability to sense tastes or sounds? In what brain region would damage perhaps leave you in a coma? Without the very breath and heartbeat of life? How can you relearn those abilities (if possible) that are lost through brain trauma/damage?