Comments on Hughes and Sussman's time-sharing study of cerebral laterality in language-disordered and normal children.

Abstract

M. Hughes and H. M. Sussman (1983, Brain and Language, 19, 48-64) suggest that the time-sharing paradigm "does not serve as an adequate behavioral index for language lateralization in children." The merits of this conclusion are considered and general interpretative issues regarding manual interference in dual-task/time-sharing studies are discussed.

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@article{Kee1984CommentsOH, title={Comments on Hughes and Sussman's time-sharing study of cerebral laterality in language-disordered and normal children.}, author={Daniel' W. Kee}, journal={Brain and language}, year={1984}, volume={22 2}, pages={354-8} }