Relative processing demands influence cerebral laterality for verbal-motor integration in persons with Down syndrome.


The study of cerebral specialization in the Down syndrome (DS) population has revealed an anomalous pattern of organization. In particular, dichotic-listening studies have suggested a left-ear/right hemisphere dominance for speech perception, whereas motor control research has revealed a left hemisphere dominance for executive-motor control. In the present… (More)


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