Semantic Priming in the Intact Brain: Separate Roles for the Right and Left Hemispheres?

@inproceedings{Chiarello1988SemanticPI,
  title={Semantic Priming in the Intact Brain: Separate Roles for the Right and Left Hemispheres?},
  author={C. Chiarello},
  year={1988}
}
In this chapter evidence is considered about lateralized lexical processing in the intact brain obtained when the visual pathways leading to one cerebral hemisphere are selectively stimulated [the visual half-field (VHF) method — see Beaumont 1982]. Such studies have yielded considerable information about hemisphere differences in word recognition processes (see Chiarello, in press, for review). In the realm of semantics, most investigations have attempted to delineate the kinds of words (i.e… Expand
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