Language lateralization in healthy right-handers.

@article{Knecht2000LanguageLI,
  title={Language lateralization in healthy right-handers.},
  author={Stefan Knecht and Michael Deppe and Bianca Dr{\"a}ger and Leo M Bobe and H. Lohmann and E. Bernd Ringelstein and Henning P. Henningsen},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2000},
  volume={123 ( Pt 1)},
  pages={74-81}
}
Our knowledge about the variability of cerebral language lateralization is derived from studies of patients with brain lesions and thus possible secondary reorganization of cerebral functions. In healthy right-handed subjects 'atypical', i.e. right hemisphere language dominance, has generally been assumed to be exceedingly rare. To test this assumption we measured language lateralization in 188 healthy subjects with moderate and strong right-handedness (59% females) by a new non-invasive… CONTINUE READING
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