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An experiment in the 1960s revealed how the brain's left and right hemispheres work, an experiment that led to a Nobel Prize for Roger Sperry. Try it yourself
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The split brain experiments revealed that the right and left hemisphere in the brain are good at different things. For instance, the right hemisphere is good at space perception tasks and music while the left is good at verbal and analytic tasks.
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The 1981 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine was awarded for discoveries in the 1960s concerning differences in the right and left brain hemispheres.
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About the educational games
The educational games are based on Nobel Prize awarded achievements and were produced between 2001 and 2012. Most games have not been updated since production (including potential scientific facts changes) and are provided here on an 'as is' basis by popular demand.
Some of the games run in modern browsers without the need of any plugin (either as a new version or using Ruffle), but many of the games still require Adobe Flash Player. Flash is an old technology that has reached end of life. These games will no longer work without a dedicated setup. If you are depending on these games in your profession, please advice your local IT support. We do not have the resources to provide support.
We are working on supporting more games without Flash.