The lateralization of language comprehension using event-related potentials
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COLLINS, PAUL F.
TORRES, FERNANDO T
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CitationNelson, Charles A, Paul F Collins, and Fernando Torres. 1990. The lateralization of language comprehension using event-related potentials. Brain and Cognition 14 (1) (September): 92-112.
AbstractEvent-Related Potentials were recorded over occipital and parietal scalp from left- and right-handed adults presented with a language and a non-language visual stimulus using a divided field, “oddball” paradigm. The major finding of interest was that the P300 component was larger over the left than the right hemisphere of the right-handers when the language stimulus was presented to the left hemisphere; there were no hemispheric differences for the left-handers, regardless of field of presentation. These results are discussed in the context of developing noninvasive measures to lateralize language function.
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