Hemispheric Specialization in Visual, Tactile and Crossmodal Assembling Tasks

@article{Halsband1990HemisphericSI,
  title={Hemispheric Specialization in Visual, Tactile and Crossmodal Assembling Tasks},
  author={Ulrike Halsband and V. Homberg},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1990},
  volume={26},
  pages={625-637}
}
There is ample evidence that the right or non-language related hemisphere of the brain is superior in processing of spatial information. This issue appears less clear when a task involves elaborate mental operations that require the integration of spatial information at a stage beyond mere perceptual discrimination. Examples are block design tasks, which are frequently used as estimates of general intelligence. Results of these tests have been contradictory as to whether there is a right… CONTINUE READING

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