Cerebral lateralization for the processing of spatial coordinates and categories in left-and right-handers.

@article{Laeng1995CerebralLF,
  title={Cerebral lateralization for the processing of spatial coordinates and categories in left-and right-handers.},
  author={Bruno Laeng and Michael Peters},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1995},
  volume={33 4},
  pages={421-39}
}
Subjects judged whether a tachistoscopially lateralized drawing was identical or different to a drawing seen immediately before in free vision. The drawings depicted natural objects (e.g. animals). On half of the trials the tachistoscopic drawing presented the same objects but either the categorical or the coordinate spatial relations (according to Kosslyn's definitions [23]) between the objects were transformed. In the first experiment 38 right-handed subjects (half males and half females… CONTINUE READING
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