Differences in comprehension processes as a function of hemisphericity.
- Published Article
Perceptual and motor skills
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 1990
3 Pt 1
Significant differences were found between hemisphericity and cognitive strategies on a comprehensive task. The subjects were 62 undergraduates identified as having preferences of left-hemisphericity, integrated, or right-hemisphericity. The differences were between the reaction times of left- and right-hemisphericity preferences in processing sentences structured as True Negatives and False Negatives.
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