No hemispheric differences for mental rotation of letters or polygons

@inproceedings{Cohen1989NoHD,
  title={No hemispheric differences for mental rotation of letters or polygons},
  author={William Cohen and John Polich},
  year={1989}
}
Hemispheric effects for mental rotation were assessed with letters and polygons presented in their normal or mirror-image form at various degrees of rotation from upright to the center, left, and right visual fields. Mean reaction times and error rates for center-field processing were shorter than for those for either the left or right visual-field presentations. No evidence was found of any hemispheric differences for either the letter (verbal) or polygon (spatial) stimuli. These results… CONTINUE READING

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