“I liked science classes because they were applicable, and I’ve always been logical. But music adds some structure.”
Nothing navigates the left brain-right brain divide more effectively than guilt and loyalty.
For proof, just pick the brains of Washington State University plant pathologist/cellist Jane Jung-Hae Choi. She switches with ease between running through experiment protocols and symphony movements, thanks to the bicameral prick of expectation.
It worked that way in her science. Offered the choice in summer 1996 between two fellowships through the State University of New York, one at Syracuse Medical Center and one at Geneseo in plant research, Choi chose the plant research … » More …