Dichotic-listening evidence of right-hemisphere involvement in recovery from aphasia following stroke.

@article{Moore1988DichoticlisteningEO,
  title={Dichotic-listening evidence of right-hemisphere involvement in recovery from aphasia following stroke.},
  author={Bartlett D Moore and Andrew C. Papanicolaou},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={1988},
  volume={10 4},
  pages={380-6}
}
A dichotic-listening procedure was used to investigate the role of the right hemisphere in recovery from aphasia following left-hemisphere stroke. Thirty-one stroke patients were divided into three groups: (a) patients who were recovering from aphasia (Aphasic group, n = 11), (b) patients who had experienced mild strokes with only transient dysarthria (Dysarthric group, n = 10), and (c) patients who had sustained right-hemisphere stroke with no language disturbance (Nonaphasic group, n = 10… CONTINUE READING