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Size Matters: Cerebral Volume Influences Sex Differences in Neuroanatomy
Biological and behavioral differences between the sexes range from obvious to subtle or nonexistent. Neuroanatomical differences are particularly controversial, perhaps due to the implication thatExpand
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Semantic and associative priming in the cerebral hemispheres: Some words do, some words don't … sometimes, some places
This study investigated spreading activation for words presented to the left and right hemispheres using an automatic semantic priming paradigm. Three types of semantic relations were used:Expand
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Right hemisphere language comprehension : perspectives from cognitive neuroscience
Contents: C. Chiarello, M. Beeman, Introduction to the Cognitive Neuroscience of Right Hemisphere Language Comprehension. Part I:Decoding Speech Sounds and Individual Words. R. Ivry, P.C. Lebby, TheExpand
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Sentence context and lexical ambiguity resolution by the two hemispheres
A lexical decision experiment investigated hemisphere asymmetries in resolving lexical ambiguity within a sentence context. Expand
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Hemisphere dynamics in lexical access: Automatic and controlled priming
  • C. Chiarello
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain and Language
  • 1 September 1985
Hemisphere differences in lexical processing may be due to asymmetry in the organization of lexical information, in procedures used to access the lexicon, or both. Six lateralized lexical decisionExpand
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A house divided? Cognitive functioning with callosal agenesis
  • C. Chiarello
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Brain and Language
  • 1 September 1980
Abstract An anatomical and behavioral review of 29 reported cases of corpus callosum agenesis is presented. This review addresses itself to two questions: (1) Do acallosals manifest split-brainExpand
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Lateralization of Lexical Processes in the Normal Brain: A Review of Visual Half-field Research
The extent to which the right hemisphere can subserve language functions is one of the most hotly debated issues in neuropsychology today, as witnessed by the lively interchanges which have appearedExpand
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Another look at categorical priming in the cerebral hemispheres
This study investigated the effect of exemplar dominance on semantic priming in the left and right visual fields for words that are members of the same category, but not strongly associated. A lowExpand
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Priming of strong semantic relations in the left and right visual fields: a time-course investigation
Prior time-course investigations of cerebral asymmetries in word processing have sometimes reported hemisphere differences in the onset and duration of semantic priming. In the current study, veryExpand
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