Asymmetry in two-point discrimination on the tongues of adults and children.

  • J C McNutt
  • Published 1975 in Journal of communication disorders
Previous studies have shown that some adults have better discrimination for two-point perception on one side of the tongue than on the other. This has been referred to as asymmetry in lingual two-point discrimination. No data are available regarding lingual asymmetries in children. As perceptual differences frequently occur between children and adults… CONTINUE READING