Left ear performance in dichotic listening following commissurotomy

@article{Springer1978LeftEP,
  title={Left ear performance in dichotic listening following commissurotomy},
  author={Sally P. Springer and John J. Sidtis and Donald Wilson and Michael S. Gazzaniga},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={1978},
  volume={16},
  pages={305-312}
}
Contribution of the left ear stimulus to dichotic listening performance following commissurotomy was studied in five patients. In two tasks, subjects were asked to identify in writing both members of a pair of competing stimuli, either digits or CV syllables. A third task required subjects to integrate high and low frequency components of a single word presented dichotically. Left ear performance was at chance level for CV syllables but exceeded 80% for four out of five patients on the digit… CONTINUE READING

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