Auditory Vocabulary of the Right Hemisphere Following Brain Bisection or Hemidecortication

@article{Zaidel1976AuditoryVO,
  title={Auditory Vocabulary of the Right Hemisphere Following Brain Bisection or Hemidecortication},
  author={E. Zaidel},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1976},
  volume={12},
  pages={191-211}
}
  • E. Zaidel
  • Published 1976
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Cortex
Unilateral scores of two commissurotomy and three (one left and two right) hemispherectomy patients were obtained on standardized auditory language comprehension tests which use pointing responses to a pictorial array. Unilateral performance by the commissurotomy patients was achieved by restricting the pictorial array to one visual half field, using a novel contact lens system which permits ocular scanning of the lateralized stimulus and self-monitoring of task performance. Using the Peabody… Expand
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