Lateralization of Associative Processes: Human Conditioning Studies

@inproceedings{Hugdahl1987LateralizationOA,
  title={Lateralization of Associative Processes: Human Conditioning Studies},
  author={K. Hugdahl},
  year={1987}
}
Looking at research on hemispheric asymmetry in the intact brain it is probably not an exaggeration to conclude that lateralized effects for perceptual and emotional processes have been revealed (see Bryden, 1982; Bradshaw & Nettleton, 1983 for reviews). Considering the role played by perception and emotionality in psychological theories in general, one may thus wonder whether it is symmetry rather than asymmetry which needs explaining in future studies (cf. Rogers, 1986). One implication of… Expand
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