Complementary hemispheric asymmetries in object naming and recognition: A voxel-based correlational study

@article{Acres2009ComplementaryHA,
  title={Complementary hemispheric asymmetries in object naming and recognition: A voxel-based correlational study},
  author={Kadia Acres and Katherine I Taylor and Helen E. Moss and Emmanuel A. Stamatakis and Lorraine K. Tyler},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2009},
  volume={47},
  pages={1836-1843}
}
Cognitive neuroscientific research proposes complementary hemispheric asymmetries in naming and recognising visual objects, with a left temporal lobe advantage for object naming and a right temporal lobe advantage for object recognition. Specifically, it has been proposed that the left inferior temporal lobe plays a mediational role linking conceptual information with word forms and vice versa, while the right inferior temporal lobe supports the retrieval of conceptual knowledge from visual… CONTINUE READING

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