The depth and breadth of multiple perceptual asymmetries in right handers and non-right handers

  title={The depth and breadth of multiple perceptual asymmetries in right handers and non-right handers},
  author={E. Karlsson and Leah T. Johnstone and D. Carey},
  journal={Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition},
  pages={707 - 739}
ABSTRACT Several non-verbal perceptual and attentional processes have been linked with specialization of the right cerebral hemisphere. Given that most people have a left hemispheric specialization for language, it is tempting to assume that functions of these two classes of dominance are related. Unfortunately, such models of complementarity are notoriously hard to test. Here we suggest a method which compares frequency of a particular perceptual asymmetry with known frequencies of left… Expand
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