Laterality of motor control revisited: directionality of callosal traffic and its rehabilitative implications.

@article{Derakhshan2005LateralityOM,
  title={Laterality of motor control revisited: directionality of callosal traffic and its rehabilitative implications.},
  author={I. Derakhshan},
  journal={Topics in stroke rehabilitation},
  year={2005},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={76-82}
}
Based on evidence derived from personal data and a comprehensive review of the literature, this article provides a perspective of laterality of motor control in humans. The evidence supports existence of directionality in callosal traffic, codified in handedness. However, it is the neural handedness that definitively reveals the directionality of signal traffic between the executive and the minor hemisphere; the minor hemisphere is devoted to the affairs occurring on or toward the nondominant… CONTINUE READING

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