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The other side of the brain. II. An appositional mind.
- J. Bogen
- PhilosophyBulletin of the Los Angeles neurological…
- 1 July 1969
WERNICKE'S REGION–WHERE IS IT?
In this subject, the first question both logically and chronologically was and is: Can a lesion (focal damage) of the cerebrum cause a loss of language without causing a loss of intelligence? That is…
Interhemispheric relationships: the neocortical commissures; syndromes of hemisphere disconnection
[Introduction] Until a few years ago, prevailing views regarding the syndrome of the corpus callosum in man were based very largely on the studies of Akelaitis and his co-workers (Akelaitis et al.…
Alexithymia in twelve commissurotomized patients.
Are Unilateral Right Posterior Cerebral Lesions Sufficient to Cause Prosopagnosia? Clinical and Radiological Findings in Six Additional Patients
Observations on visual perception after disconnexion of the cerebral hemispheres in man.
Tests were aimed at determining the extent and kinds of interaction, if any, between the perceptual and mnemonic activities of the separated hemispheres, at detecting differences in performance capacity of the right andLeft visual half systems and at revealing the degree of lateralization in motor responses to right and left visual field stimuli.
The other side of the brain. 3. The corpus callosum and creativity.
On the neurophysiology of consciousness: I. An overview.
- J. Bogen
- Biology, PsychologyConsciousness and cognition
It is suggested that the quickest route to a better understanding of C involves more intensive study of ILN, because no other structure seems, in the light of current knowledge, a more likely site for Mc.
Cerebral Commissurotomy in Man
An increasing accumulat ion of clinical da ta suggests tha t complem e n t a r y functions in man may be verbal v. visuospatial, and support has come f rom studies of patients with circumscribed injuries or infarction.
Some functional effects of sectioning the cerebral commissures in man*
- M. Gazzaniga, J. Bogen, R. Sperry
- Biology, PsychologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 1 October 1962
The general picture of callosal functions based on the animal studies tends to be supported in current early testing of a 48-year-old male war veteran with recent complete section of the corpus callosum, anterior and hippocampal commissures.