Laterality Effects in Dichotic Listening

@article{Satz1968LateralityEI,
  title={Laterality Effects in Dichotic Listening},
  author={Paul H. Satz},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1968},
  volume={218},
  pages={277-278}
}
THE hypothesis of a laterality effect in dichotic listening (D-L) has been challenged by Oxbury, Oxbury and Gardiner1. The authors concluded that the right ear superiority may have been the result of an attentional bias toward the right ear when free recall methods are used. This argument is based on the following data. When different half-spans of digits are presented in simultaneous pairs to each ear through stereo headphones, and at rapid rates, Ss tend to recall the messages (under free… CONTINUE READING
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