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Emotional perception was examined in stroke patients across 3 communication channels: facial, prosodic, and lexical. Hemispheric specialization for emotion was tested via right-hemisphere (RH) and… (More)
This study was designed to address the issue of whether there is a general processor for the perception of emotion or whether there are separate processors. We examined the relationships among three… (More)
The primary purpose of this study was to examine the perception of lexical/verbal emotion across the adult life span. Secondary goals were to examine the contribution of gender and valence (i.e.,… (More)
The lateralization of emotion perception has been examined using stimuli in both auditory and visual modalities. Studies using dichotic stimuli have generally supported the hypothesis of… (More)
OBJECTIVE This study examined lexical emotional perception in patients with unilateral brain damage. BACKGROUND Hypotheses pertaining to laterality and emotion were tested. More specifically, we… (More)
Martial Van der Linden, Annick Beerten, and Mauro Pesenti. Age-Related Differences in Random Generation. Isabelle Caspari, Stanley R. Parkinson, Leonard L. LaPointe, and Richard C. Katz. Working… (More)