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Also, lateralization is found in the behavior of young children.
The best evidence of lateralization for one specific ability is language.
There is evidence for the lateralization of other brain functions too.
Studies in the 1960s demonstrated the lateralization of brain function.
This is definitely true with regards to lateralization differences between men and women.
Understanding emotional lateralization will help scientists understand emotion in general.
It displays some lateralization, usually being larger in the right hemisphere.
This work contributed a great deal to understanding the lateralization of brain function.
You see, Vulcans don't have lateralization of function as we humans do.
Some areas, though, show strong lateralization, particularly areas that are involved in language.
A variety of scientific studies have found lateralization of emotions.
His findings show that taking in account brain lateralization allows another perspective on the debate.
Lateralization may allow for a greater variety of emotions.
The data in this study shows that psychological disorders are correlated with increased lateralization.
These experiments also formed the modern basis for lateralization of function in the human brain.
As before, it completely restored the lateralization behavior seen in the low CO2 group.
Today many of those same researchers say that hemispheric lateralization is undergoing a renaissance.
The results of this study provided evidence of hemispheric lateralization.
In addition, delta waves show a lateralization, with right hemisphere dominance during sleep.
I find the opportunity to study the lateralization of Spock's brain fascinating."
Nevertheless, the existence of handedness itself is thought to be connected with brain lateralization.
Many theories of lateralization have been proposed and some of those specific to emotions.
Below are a few regions and structure involved in emotional processing that show functional lateralization.
Emotional lateralization may also play a role in psychological disorders such as depression and schizophrenia.
The results of the study showed a different lateralization of the amygdala in men and women.
Evidence concerning language lateralisation comes from a variety of sources.
In addition, they found differences in lateralisation between men and women.
Is this 'lateralisation of function' present in early life?
In the same column, I also claimed that lateralisation of brain function was fallacy.
This chapter has reviewed evidence concerning language lateralisation in left and right handers.
Bryden (1975) used dichotic listening as an index of speech lateralisation in 49 families.
The association between handedness and the cerebral lateralisation of language offers much scope for speculation.
(By 'lateralisation' here we mean that the functions are based on one side - usually the left - rather than the other.)
Psychiatrist, professor Tim Crow, also believes the gene explains lateralisation.
Therefore, if a CP exists, it does not coincide with lateralisation.
It was therefore concluded that lateralisation effects are mediated by both motor and cognitive aspects of the tasks.
The use of appropriate control procedures is therefore doubly important in estimating speech lateralisation in such patients.
What is required, therefore, is a study aimed specifically at determining the inheritance or otherwise of speech lateralisation.
It has therefore been suggested that the lateralisation of language to one hemisphere is to prevent inter-hemispheric competition in the control of speech.
Deficits in executive functioning and anomalous lateralisation were also identified in AJ.
Not all dichotic listening experiments tap the same psychological operations which may well differ in the extent of their underlying cerebral lateralisation.
Although this idea of hemispheric competition is not very precise, a number of studies have been carried out to investigate speech lateralisation among stutterers.
And yet, paradoxically, the evidence for lateralisation of the 'higher' and more abstract processes of language apart from vocalisation, is less conclusive.
Zangwill's research interests were mainly in neuropsychology, particularly brain lateralisation, at a time when these topics were not particularly fashionable.
But for the rest of spoken language, our neo-cortex is heavily involved, with strong evidence furthermore of lateralisation for speech even as early as birth.
These included tests of memory, lateralisation, executive functions, language, calculations, IQ, visual-spatial and visual-motor functions.
Yet despite the development of the newer techniques for estimating speech dominance, the precise relation which left-handedness bears to the lateralisation of language is still not clear.
The suggestion was discussed in Chapter 2 that the manner in which a pen is held in the hand during writing may be used as an index of speech lateralisation.
Left hemisphere control of sequential motor activity which lent itself readily to a symbolic gestural system may have been the evolutionary precursor to present day lateralisation of language.
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