Color-matching, color-naming and color-memory in split-brain patients

@article{Levy1981ColormatchingCA,
  title={Color-matching, color-naming and color-memory in split-brain patients},
  author={Jerre Levy and C. Trevarthen},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1981},
  volume={19},
  pages={523-541}
}
Bilateral chimeric stimuli were projected tachistoscopically to split-brain patients for the purpose of assessing hemispheric asymmetries in color-naming, color-matching and memory for colors ofwell-known objects. There was a strong bias for naming colors ofstimuli projected to the left hemisphere, but some patients were also above chance in naming colors of stimuli projected to the right hemisphere. In color-matching tasks, patients varied in the direction and degree of asymmetric control of… CONTINUE READING

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