More on words, hemifields, and hemispheres: a reply to Schwartz and Kirsner.


This paper critically examines the theoretical and empirical basis for two claims made by Schwartz and Kirsner (1986, Brain and Cognition, 5, 354-361): (1) that acuity gradients can account for most visual field effects/interactions reported for horizontally presented words, and (2) the acuity gradients should be considered the "default" explanation for… (More)