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Which part of the brain is associated with feelings of empathy? A. Frontal lobes B. Inferior parietal lobe C. Left hemisphere D. Right hemisphere
Weegy: The right hemisphere, in fact, appears to maintain a realm of conscious-awareness which is completely different from that of the left. Right hemisphere mental functioning is more visual, spatial, emotional, personal, and non-verbal. [ By contrast, the mental realm of the left is more tied to language, including thinking in words. ] (More)
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Which of the following is NOT an aspect of Sterba’s distribution system? A. Principle of Minimal Contribution B. Principle of Saving C. Principle of Need D. Principle of Transaction
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