The left hemisphere interpreter and confabulation – a comparison 1 The left hemisphere interpreter and confabulation – a comparison

Abstract

The left hemisphere interpreter refers to a function in the left hemisphere of the brain that search for and produce causal explanations for events, behaviours and feelings, even though no such apparent pattern exists between them. Confabulation is said to occur when a person presents or acts on obviously false information, despite being aware that they are… (More)

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