By John L. Bradshaw, Jane M. Pierson-Savage (auth.), Harry A. Whitaker (eds.)
Contemporary reports in Neuropsychology arrays the most up-tp-date study on hemispheric specialization of the mind. specific cognizance is given to the functioning of definitely the right hemisphere within the processing of spatial and sequential details. one of the themes mentioned are the character of hemisphere asymmetries, lexical processing, spatial reminiscence, and humor and the fitting hemisphere.
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Bradshaw, Jane M. Pierson-Savage, and Norman C. Nettleton were made by the left hand rather than the right hand. This combination of greater accuracy with the left hand, and a reduction of magnitudes in contralateral hemispace, does of Gourse lead to smaller settings in left hemispace, though the comparatively small size of these resultant asymmetries warns us agaisnt invoking this explanation for bimanual and visual situations generally. These recent experiments involving rod and line bisection have some interesting comparisons with early reported work examining magnitude estimation in the two halves of the visual field (see Ritter, 1917).
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Contemporary Reviews in Neuropsychology by John L. Bradshaw, Jane M. Pierson-Savage (auth.), Harry A. Whitaker (eds.)