Wednesday, January 12, 2011

The Chess Solver uses more of his/her brain

An article in internet magazine NewScientist [Chess grandmasters use twice the brain (11-01-2011)] by Nora Schultz is very interesting.

When a man tries to solve any kind of problem, he uses the left part of his brain.

When a trained chess solver tries to solve a chess problem, he uses both parts of his brain, in a parallel processing mode.

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