Dysprosody during epileptic seizures lateralizes to the nondominant hemisphere.

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OBJECTIVE In human speech, the changes in intonation, rhythm, or stress reflect emotions or intentions and are called prosody. Dysprosody is the impairment of prosody and has been described in stroke and neurodegenerative disorders. Reports in epilepsy patients are limited to case reports. METHODS We assessed prosody qualitatively and quantitatively in… (More)
DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e318232abae

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@article{Peters2011DysprosodyDE, title={Dysprosody during epileptic seizures lateralizes to the nondominant hemisphere.}, author={Alana Peters and Jan R{\'e}mi and Christian Vollmar and Jose A Gonzalez-Victores and J. P. S. Cunha and Soheyl Noachtar}, journal={Neurology}, year={2011}, volume={77 15}, pages={1482-6} }