Dissociated language functions: a matter of atypical language lateralization or cerebral plasticity?

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BACKGROUND AND STUDY AIMS The left hemisphere is generally considered to harbor language functions. Atypical cortical language lateralization is mainly demonstrated in left-handed and ambidextrous individuals, whereas dissociated language functions have been reported in association with brain injuries as a part of the reorganization process. We present a… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0033-1358610

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