Interhemispheric visual matching in the split brain.

Three split-brained subjects, one (N.G.) with full forebrain commissurotomy and two (V.P. and J.W.) with callosotomy, made same-different judgments about pairs of visual stimuli that were flashed either unilaterally or bilaterally. In separate blocks of trials, the stimuli could differ in luminance, size, or color. In the bilateral condition, only J.W… CONTINUE READING