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Statementedited by Vernon B. Mountcastle.
ContributionsMountcastle, Vernon B., ed., Johns Hopkins University. School of Medicine.
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LC ClassificationsQP381 .C65 1961ac
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Paginationx, 294 p.
Number of Pages294
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Open LibraryOL5854194M
LC Control Number62015311

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Mountcastle, Ed. Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance book, Maryland: Johns Hopkins Press, Papers and discussions by twenty-five participants from the United States and Europe at a by: In studying the interhemispheric relations or the relative roles of the two hemispheres in psychological performance, we shall attempt, not to correlate a particular function with a particular hemisphere, but rather to elucidate which factors NOTE contributing to a particular function are governed by the activity of one hemisphere and which by those of the by: Sperry, R.

() Cerebral dominance in perception. In: F. Young and D. Lindsley (Eds.), Early Experience in Visual Information Processing in Perceptual and Reading. Books and Journals.

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Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute; Conference on Interhemispheric Relations and Cerebral Dominance; Mountcastle, Vernon B. Page Top Smart Phone | PC. About CiNii. Lateralization in the Nervous System reviews various aspects of lateralization in the nervous system, with emphasis on approaches such as the investigation of turning tendencies and electrocortical indices of hemispheric asymmetry.

Experimental paradigms and outcomes that are applicable to both human and nonhuman species are highlighted. Annee Psychol. ;68(2) [Interhemispheric relations and the problem of cerebral dominance from studies on corpus collosum sections in animals and man].Cited by: 3.

The notion of cerebral dominance dates to the middle of the nineteenth century when language was first widely recognized as primarily organized in the left hemisphere.

In addition, it was noted that the left hemisphere controlled the right hand, the preferred hand for writing, and executing most other skilled unimanual tasks in the majority of.

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Mountcastle is the author of Perceptual Neuroscience ( avg rating, 11 ratings, 1 review, published ), Medical Physiology, 2 ( avg r 4/5. Milner B () Laterality effects in audition. Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance.

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It also provides a comprehensive introduction to cognitive neuroscience. Rather than viewing the field through the various systems of the mind/brain such as perception, action, emotion, memory, language, and problem solving, it takes a case studies approach. Two hemispheres but one brain - Volume 6 Issue 1 - G.

Berlucchi () Determination of side of cerebral dominance with amobarbital. Archives of Neurology 4: – [VHD] Petrinovich, L. () Cortical spreading depression and memory Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance, ed.

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Cerebral Dominance in Interhemispheric Relations and Cerebal Dominance. Vernon Mountcastle, M.D., Ed. Johns Hopkins Press, Inc. Baltimore, Md. f L(' CEREBRAL DOMINANCE Reprinted from Interhemi9pheric Relations and Cerebral Dominance, Vernon Mountcastle, The problem of cerebral dominance in the human.

Cerebral dominance and language 1. Cerebral Dominance and Language Subhadeep Dutta Gupta 2. Imagine being unable to say, "I am hungry," "I am in pain," "thank you," or "I love you.“ Being trapped inside your body, a body that doesn't respond to. Cerebral specialization and interhemispheric communication Does the corpus callosum enable the human condition.

Michael S. Gazzaniga Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College, Correspondence to: Michael S. Gazzaniga, Center for Hanover, New Hampshire, USA Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NHUSA Summary. Verbal comprehension deficits after right hemisphere damage - Volume 1 Issue 3 - Daniel B.

Hier, Joni Kaplan Verbal comprehension deficits after right hemisphere damage. Volume 1, Issue 3; Speech and speech-loss in relation to the duality of the brain. In Mountcastle, V. (Ed.), Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance, Cited by:   Von Bonin G: Anatomical asymmetries of the cerebral hemispheres, in Mountcastle VB (ed): Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance.

Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press,pp Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press,pp Cited by: Current theories of the structure of cognitive abilities are critically examined and are found to lack adequate description of the processes underlying the abilities. An alternative model, A. Luria's () theory of simultaneous and successive syntheses, is presented and discussed.

This model of information processing is supported by factor analytic studies of cognitive abilities and then Cited by:   Cerebral Commissurotomy in Man Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance. Critchley, M. Speech and speech-loss in relation to the duality of the brain.

In: Interhemispheric relations and cerebral dominance. Mountcastle, Ed. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press,x, pp. (see pp. Cited by: Citation. Crosson, B., & Warren, R. Use of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery in aphasia: A conceptual critique.

Journal of Consulting and Cited by: C linical and experimental evidence suggests that the left hemisphere of the brain is specialized for speech activity and the right hemisphere is specialized for many nonlinguistic functions.

Jackson 1 related the hemispheric linguistic differences to differences in cognitive activity, suggesting that the left hemisphere is specialized for analytical organization, while the right hemisphere is Cited by:   • Cerebral dominance is reflected in man by a seemingly inborn preference for the right hand in 80% to 90% of mature individuals.

However, not all of the factors that govern human cerebral dominance are clearly understood. We studied rhesus monkeys to determine if Cited by: A critical review is provided of the literature on musical performance following intracarotid sodium Amytal injection and on studies of musical perception in groups of unilaterally brain-damaged persons.

Cerebral dominance for the perception of arpeggiated triads that differed in tonality, pattern, and the combination of tonality and pattern was investigated presenting stimuli monaurally in a matching-to-sample by: 3.

Milner B: Laterality effects in audition, in Mountcastle VB (ed): Interhemispheric Relations and Cerebral Dominance.

Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press,pp – Milner B: Laterality effects in audition, in Mountcastle VB (ed): Interhemispheric Relations and Cerebral Dominance.

Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press,pp –Cited by:   Forty-five years ago, Roger Sperry, Joseph Bogen and I embarked on what are now known as the modern split-brain studies. These experiments opened up Cited by: Roger W. Sperry’s Published Works on Split-Brain research.

Split-Brain is the lay term to describe a brain that has been severed along the cerebral commissure. Between the years toSperry was responsible for the earliest split-brain research which led to. Cerebral dominance is a graded characteristic which varies considerably in individuals and left handedness in particular cannot be associated in any conclusive way with dominance in Author: Robert D.

Palmer. Results from consistently right-handed adults from age 20 to 75 years revealed that interhemispheric integrity, as measured by dichotic listening, auditory temporal patterning, and visuomotor interhemispheric transfer time tasks, decreases relatively early in the adult life span (i.e., between the ages of 40 and 55 years) and shows no Cited by: Functional Cerebral Lateralization and Interhemispheric Interaction in Patients With Callosal Agenesis Article in Neuropsychology 29(5) March with 99 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Reduced interhemispheric inhibition in musicians. Exp Brain Res. ; Sommer M, Knappmeyer K, Hunter EJ, Gudenberg AW, Neef N, Paulus W. Normal interhemispheric inhibition in persistent developmental stuttering.

Mov Disord ; Travis LE. The cerebral dominance theory of stuttering:. The lateralization of brain function is the tendency for some neural functions or cognitive processes to be specialized to one side of the brain or the other.

The medial longitudinal fissure separates the human brain into two distinct cerebral hemispheres, connected by the corpus gh the macrostructure of the two hemispheres appears to be almost identical, different composition.Interhemispheric interaction occurs as a result of signal tranmission between the hemispheres of the cerebral cortex of the brain.

This can be achieved by a variety of methods (electrophysical, neurophysiological, neurochemical) usually across the corpus callosum. See also Edit. Brain lateralization; Cerebral dominance; Commissurotomy. Key Terms. corpus collosum: A wide, flat bundle of neural fibers beneath the cortex that connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres and facilitates interhemispheric communication.; lateralization: Localization of a function such as speech to the right or left side of the brain.; hemisphere: Either of the two halves of the cerebrum.; prosody: Properties of syllables and larger units of.

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