Right, left, and center: how does cerebral asymmetry mix with callosal connectivity?

@article{Cherbuin2013RightLA,
  title={Right, left, and center: how does cerebral asymmetry mix with callosal connectivity?},
  author={Nicolas Cherbuin and Eileen Luders and Yi-Yu Chou and Paul M. Thompson and Arthur W. Toga and Kaarin J. Anstey},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 7},
  pages={1728-36}
}
BACKGROUND Prior research has shown that cerebral asymmetry is associated with differences in corpus callosum connectivity. Such associations were detected in histological and anatomical studies investigating callosal fiber size and density, in neuroimaging investigations based on structural and diffusion tensor imaging, as well as in neuropsychological… CONTINUE READING