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Behavioral laterality effects in naming and lexical decision in Farsi and English were used to evaluate three theories of cross-linguistic differences. First, the Scanning hypothesis predicts a smaller right visual hemifield advantage (RVFA) in Farsi in both tasks. Second, the Cerebral Dominance hypothesis predicts a consistent RVFA in both languages.(More)
One primary reason for the current epidemic of digestive disorders might be chronic metabolic acidosis, which is extremely common in the modern population. Chronic metabolic acidosis primarily affects two alkaline digestive glands, the liver, and the pancreas, which produce alkaline bile and pancreatic juice with a large amount of bicarbonate. Even small(More)
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