Hemiface contributions to hemispheric dominance in visual speech perception.

@article{Jordan2007HemifaceCT,
  title={Hemiface contributions to hemispheric dominance in visual speech perception.},
  author={T. R. Jordan and Sharon M. Thomas},
  journal={Neuropsychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={721-31}
}
Lateralized displays are used widely to investigate hemispheric asymmetry in language perception. However, few studies have used lateralized displays to investigate hemispheric asymmetry in visual speech perception, and those that have yielded mixed results. This issue was investigated in the current study by presenting visual speech to either the left hemisphere (LH) or the right hemisphere (RH) using the face as recorded (normal), a mirror image of the normal face (reversed), and chimeric… CONTINUE READING