Hemispheric Processing of Categorical and Coordinate Spatial Relations in the Absence of Low Spatial Frequencies

@article{Okubo2002HemisphericPO,
  title={Hemispheric Processing of Categorical and Coordinate Spatial Relations in the Absence of Low Spatial Frequencies},
  author={Matia Okubo and Chikashi Michimata},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={14},
  pages={291-297}
}
Right-handed participants performed the categorical and coordinate spatial relation judgments on stimuli presented to either the left visual fieldright hemisphere (LVF-RH) or the right visual fieldleft hemisphere (RVF-LH). The stimulus patterns were formulated either by bright dots or by contrast-balanced dots. When the stimuli were bright, an RVF-LH advantage was observed for the categorical task, whereas an LVF-RH advantage was observed for the coordinate task. When the stimuli were contrast… CONTINUE READING

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