Dissociated awareness of manual performance on two different visual associative tasks: a "split-brain" phenomenon in normal subjects?

@article{Landis1981DissociatedAO,
  title={Dissociated awareness of manual performance on two different visual associative tasks: a "split-brain" phenomenon in normal subjects?},
  author={Theodor Landis and R K Graves and Harold Goodglass},
  journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior},
  year={1981},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={435-40}
}
Subjects performed two visual category matching tasks. One task, shown in previous work to exhibit a left hemisphere superiority, was to decide if two different pictures represented the same object. In this task, verbal corrections of manual responses were usually correct (93%), indicating good verbal awareness of the task. The other task, previously shown to exhibit a right hemisphere superiority, was to decide if two different pictures represented the same emotional facial expression. Here… CONTINUE READING