Narrative comprehension in adults with right and left hemisphere brain-damage: theme organization.

@article{Hough1990NarrativeCI,
  title={Narrative comprehension in adults with right and left hemisphere brain-damage: theme organization.},
  author={Monica Strauss Hough},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={1990},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={
          253-77
        }
}
The effects of delayed presentation of a central theme on the comprehension and interpretation of narratives were investigated in adults with right and left hemisphere brain-damage and normal individuals. The performance of subgroups of the subjects with right and left hemisphere brain-damage also was examined. Right hemisphere brain-damaged groups with anterior and posterior lesions were significantly less accurate and identified significantly fewer central themes when central theme… CONTINUE READING

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