From Big Think: Cogni­tive Neuro­sci­en­tist Michael Gazzaniga, a pioneer in the study of hemi­spheric (left vs. right brain) special­iza­tion describes “the Inter­preter” — a left hemi­sphere func­tion that orga­nizes our memo­ries into plau­sible stories. Less romantic, perhaps, than Gone With the Wind, the Inter­preter may help to explain our species’ profound rela­tion­ship with story­telling. · Go to Your story­telling brain →