Chia Hsing Chiang

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Free-viewing chimeric stimuli tasks have been used in a number of studies to assess perceptual asymmetries and draw inferences about hemispheric lateralization in children and adults. In order to determine whether perceptual asymmetries for nonverbal information are present in children, a free-viewing chimeric stimuli task was used in 63 normally developing(More)
A 12-year-old girl with proximal muscle weakness and delayed psychomotor development from early infancy is presented. She had a myopathic face, high-arched palate, nasal tone vocalization, positive Gowers' sign, waddling gait and decreased deep tendon reflexes. Her IQ was 40 (PIQ = 39, VIQ = 51). The serum creatine kinase level and peripheral nerve(More)
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