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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What do you think of the brain?
(2) Do you do anything to look after your brain?
(3) How much of your brain do you use?
(4) What do neuroscientists know about the brain?
(5) What do neuroscientists want to know about the brain?
(6) How is the brain structured?
(7) What diseases affect the brain?
(8) Who is the brains of your family?
(9) How often do you tax your brain?
(10) Do people ever pick your brains?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) How many different functions does the brain perform?
(2) What would you say about your own brain?
(3) Do you have a quick brain?
(4) Has anyone ever called you a birdbrain (or the equivalent in your language)?
(5) Do you know what Left Brain, Right Brain means?
(6) Why do English speakers say ‘brainstorm’?
(7) What do you think the reptile, mammal and primate parts of the brain control?
(8) Has your country ever experienced or benefited from a brain drain?
(9) What do you think the differences are between male and female brains?
(10) If you had a brain transplant, would you think differently of having a new personality?



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