PET was used to study cerebral dominance for the selection of action. In one condition the subjects moved one of two fingers depending on the cue presented (choice reaction time), and in another they moved the same finger whatever the cue (simple reaction time). There was also a baseline condition in which cues were shown but no movements were made. A conjunction analysis was performed to reveal those areas which were more activated for the choice versus simple reaction time, irrespective of whether the right or left hand was used. The activations were in prefrontal, premotor and intraparietal areas, and they were all in the left hemisphere. Thus, while there were activations in the right hemisphere for the choice versus simple reaction time task when the subjects used their left (contralateral) hand, there were activations in left prefrontal, premotor and parietal areas whether the right (contralateral) or left (ipsilateral) hands were used. It is argued that the results suggest that the left
Traditionally, anatomical and physiological descriptions of hemispheric specialization have focused on hemispheric asymmetries of local brain structure or local functional properties, respectively. This article reviews the current state of an alternative approach that aims at unraveling the causes and functional principles of hemispheric specialization in terms of asymmetries in connectivity. Starting with an overview of the historical origins of the concept of lateralization, we briefly review recent evidence from anatomical and developmental studies that asymmetries in structural connectivity may be a critical factor shaping hemispheric specialization. These differences in anatomical connectivity, which are found both at the intra- and inter-regional level, are likely to form the structural substrate of different functional principles of information processing in the two hemispheres. The main goal of this article is to describe how these functional principles can be characterized using ...
Using magnetoencephalography (MEG), we report here the hemispheric dominance of the auditory cortex that is selectively modulated by unexpected errors in the lyrics and melody of songs (lyrics and melody deviants), thereby elucidating under which conditions the lateralization of auditory processing changes. In experiment 1 using familiar songs, we found that the dipole strength of responses to the lyrics deviants was left-dominant at 140 ms (M140), whereas that of responses to the melody deviants was right-dominant at 130 ms (M130). In experiment 2 using familiar songs with a constant syllable or pitch, the dipole strength of frequency mismatch negativity elicited by oddballs was left-dominant. There were significant main effects of experiment (1 and 2) for the peak latencies and for the coordinates of the dipoles, indicating that the M140 and M130 were not the frequency mismatch negativity. In experiment 3 using newly memorized songs, the right-dominant M130 was observed only when the presented ...
Recent studies of exceptional language development and functioning in mentally retarded people raise questions regarding basic issues in language disorders. These studies are summarised and their implications discussed. Possible reasons for the existence of such cases are examined including language training, general cognitive functioning, working memory, cerebral dominance, and deep-seated variation at brain level.
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The long-term objectives of this proposal are to understand the neurobiological basis of individual differences in socio-communicative behavior and cognition in...
Poor spellers in normal schools, who were not poor readers, were studied for handedness, visuospatial and other cognitive abilities in order to explore contrasts between poor spellers with and without good phonology. It was predicted by the right shift (RS) theory of handedness and cerebral dominance that those with good phonology would have strong bias to dextrality and relative weakness of the right hemisphere, while those without good phonology would have reduced bias to dextrality and relative weakness of the left hemisphere. Poor spellers with good phonetic equivalent spelling errors (GFEs) included fewer left-handers (2.4%) than poor spellers without GFEs (24.4%). Differences for hand skill were as predicted. Tests of visuospatial processing found no differences between the groups in levels of ability, but there was a marked difference in pattern of correlations between visuospatial test scores and homophonic word discrimination. Whereas good spellers (GS) and poor spellers without GFEs ...
Trained as a doctor in Cambridge (1969-72) and Birmingham (1972-75). After housejobs (1975-76) returned to Cambridge to do a PhD in the genetics and neuropsychology of handedness and cerebral dominance (1976-79). Since 1979 has worked in various medical schools and colleges of the University of London, firstly St. Marys Hospital Medical School and Bedford College, then UCL and St. Marys, then UCL and Imperial College School of Medicine, and since 1997 entirely at UCL, albeit in two departments (Psychology/PALS and CHIME/ACME/DoME). ...
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Verbal and visuospatial abilities are typically subserved by different cerebral hemispheres: the left hemisphere for the former and the right hemisphere for the latter. However little is known of the origin of this division of function. Causal theories propose that functional asymmetry is an obligatory pattern of organisation, while statistical theories maintain this is a reflection of independent, probalistic biases. The current study investigated lateralisation for language production and spatial memory using functional Transcranial Doppler in 75 healthy adults (45 right handed, 27 left-handed, 3 ambidextrous). The majority of participants had language abilities lateralised to the left-hemisphere and spatial memory to the right hemisphere, while around one-quarter of participants had these functions lateralised to the same hemisphere. No participants showed the reversal of typical organisation. The findings are consistent with a statistical view of functional asymmetry, in which hemispheric biases for
Providing a personal overview of hemispheric differences in human cognitive activity, Professor Efron is selective in his presentation of significant issues. To ensure a balanced overview, references are made to many books, review articles, and research…
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Based on previous investigations, positive and negative sign is an important factor of SNARC (Spatial-Numerical Association of Response Codes) effect. Magnitude judgments of different signed numbers are solved by an obvious sign shortcut mechanism. When both numbers are negative, there are arguments between ontogenetic hypothesis and phylogenetic hypothesis. The ontogenetic hypothesis supposes that negative numbers are mapped onto the mental number line according to their numerical value, but phylogenetic hypothesis inserts that the representation of negative numbers depends on their absolute numerical value. Whether the SNARC effect is processed in the stage of response selection or stimulus presentation is also under discussion. Although frontal lobe and parietal lobe are generally considered as the key brain regions of the SNARC effect, hemispheric dominance of this effect still needs exploration. Therefore, our research focused on four points: 1) how sign shortcut mechanism affected the ...
Background:The Wada test is usually used for pre-surgical assessment of language lateralization. Considering its invasiveness and risk of complications, alternative methods have been proposed but they are not always applicable to non-cooperative patients. In this study we explored the possibility of using optical topography (OT) - a multichannel near-infrared system - for non-invasive assessment of hemispheric language dominance during passive listening.Material/Methods:Cortical activity was monitored in a sample of healthy, adult Italian native speakers, all right-handed. We assessed changes in oxy-haemoglobin concentration in temporal, parietal and posterior frontal lobes during a passive listening of bi-syllabic words and vowel-consonant-vowel syllables lasting less then 3 minutes. Activated channels were identified by t tests.Results:Left hemisphere showed significant activity only during the passive listening of bi-syllabic words. Specifically, the superior temporal gyrus, the supramarginal gyrus
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On removal of the skull cap there is found to be a thin film of subdural hemorrhage measuring approximately 7-8 cc over the surface of the right cerebral hemisphere and extending to the base of the cerebral hemisphere.The 1450 gm brain has a normal overall architecture. Mild narrowing of the sulci and flattening of the gyri are seen. No inflammation is identified.There is a thin film of subarachnoid hemorrhage overlying the entire right cerebral hemisphere. On the right cerebral hemisphere underlying the previously mentioned linear skull fracture is an extensive linear area of purple contusion extending from the right frontal area, posteriorly along the lateral aspect of the parietal region and into the occipital area. This area of contusion measures 8 inches in length with a width of up to 1.75 inches. At the tip of the right temporal lobe is a one-quarter by one-quarter inch similar appearing purple contusion. Only very minimal contusion is present at the tip of the left temporal lobe. This ...
On removal of the skull cap there is found to be a thin film of subdural hemorrhage measuring approximately 7-8 cc over the surface of the right cerebral hemisphere and extending to the base of the cerebral hemisphere.The 1450 gm brain has a normal overall architecture. Mild narrowing of the sulci and flattening of the gyri are seen. No inflammation is identified.There is a thin film of subarachnoid hemorrhage overlying the entire right cerebral hemisphere. On the right cerebral hemisphere underlying the previously mentioned linear skull fracture is an extensive linear area of purple contusion extending from the right frontal area, posteriorly along the lateral aspect of the parietal region and into the occipital area. This area of contusion measures 8 inches in length with a width of up to 1.75 inches. At the tip of the right temporal lobe is a one-quarter by one-quarter inch similar appearing purple contusion. Only very minimal contusion is present at the tip of the left temporal lobe. This ...
The left cerebral hemisphere controls movement of the right side of the body. Depending on the severity, a stroke affecting the left cerebral hemisphere may result in loss of motor skills and sensations on the right side of the body, and may also cause loss of the ability to speak and understand words ...
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is a relatively new technique for measuring changes in cerebral blood flow. The first fMRI studies, showing functional activation of the occipital cortex by visual stimulation and activation of the motor cortex by finger movement, were published in the early 1990s. In the years since then, fMRI has been used to investigate the physiological response to a wide variety of experimental procedures in both normal human subjects and diverse patient groups. In the next 10 years, fMRI will probably establish a role for itself in radiological and psychiatric practice; currently the clinical role of fMRI is limited to specialized applications such as assessment of hemispheric dominance prior to neurosurgery. The outstanding advantage of fMRI over alternative methods of imaging cerebral blood flow, such as positron emission tomo-graphy (PET) and single-photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), is that it does not involve exposure to radioactivity. This means that a
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Honestly, there is a time for nursing our wounds and feeling our sadness that is not grounded in a sense of despair and giving up. That is not the DownSpiral brain; that is the human brain healing and knowing there is hope. There is also the decision that becomes the belief that life is not worth living. That is the very different DownSpiral brain. We can suffer and be grounded in hope that knows that we keep growing in life OR we can give in, give up, and feel like we are the victims of an accumulation of events that are just too much. Do you hear the two different brains at work here?. One brain is grounded in possibility and getting the larger picture; we call that the right hemisphere brain. The other brain is replaying the same old sad story, stuck in resentment, anger and hurt, and that is the left hemisphere brain. This kind of a localization and hemispheric specialization is a bit of a stretch, but gets at this truth that the brain of health operates on very different neuropathways than ...
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Awhile ago, I wrote a post the detailed the disturbing links between the DAN! movement and scientology. It transpired that scientology - being a movement that is big on non psychiatric modes of treatments is a good fit for DAN! adherents. Both value detoxification for a range of things and it seems Scientologists have not…
Do you ever feel like your brain can function better than it is currently? Have you ever had moments of laser sharp focus and wished they stayed with you forever?We have all had those moments where we found ourselves being super productive and having lengthened periods of concentration and focused
People who are highly creative have better connectivity between the left and right brain hemispheres, according to a new study by a team of international researchers.
Video about a brain scientist who had a massive stoke and lost function of her right brain. If she would of had PTSD it would have been wiped out. This video.....
Very recently I went through a similar thing with a certain volunteer organization: feeling under appreciated. Made especially worse when the contributions of other volunteers-- the ones with a certain level of fame-- were deemed as somehow more significant. As just one example, one day having my idea dismissed, only to have it brought up later by X and suddenly it was a wonderful idea. It took a lot for me to finally address the issue. I wrestled with my ego a bit, telling myself that that wasnt the reason I got involved in the first place, but youre right- some appreciation, however small, goes a long way. ...
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判例評論 最新判例批評(26)日刊新聞の記事が、その見出しのみを読む一般読者に対し、地下鉄サリン事件を引き起こしたオウム真理教を承継する団体が今なおサリン製造の研究を継続しているかのような印象を与えるもので、同団体の名誉を毀損するものであるとした上で、損害賠償及び同新聞への謝罪広告の掲載の請求に対し、損害賠償に代えて同新聞に訂正記事を掲載することを命じる限度で請求が認容された事例(東京高判平成13.4.11) (2002 ...
성인남성 5,103명을 대상으로 실시한 본 단면연구에서, 대사증후군 위험은 비흡연에 비해 과거 혹은 현재흡연인 경우와 누적흡연량이 많을수록 증가하였다. 특히 20갑년 이상의 누적흡연량을 경험한 과거흡연자와 현재흡연자는 비흡연자에 비해 높은 대사증후군 위험을 보였다. 본 연구는 흡연량과 대사증후군 간의 관계에 있어, 과거흡연자와 현재흡연자가 비슷한 용량 수준에서 그 위험이 증가하는 결과를 보였다. 현재흡연자를 대상자로 한정한 기존 연구에서 누적흡연량이 증가할수록 대사증후군 위험이 비례적으로 증가하는 관련성을 보여주었다[11,12,20]. 또한 과거흡연자의 금연 전 누적흡연량과의 관계를 확인한 Ishizaka et al. [9]과 Wada et al. [21]의 연구에서 누적흡연량 수준이 10갑년과 20갑년 이상인 경우, 과거흡연자의 대사증후군 위험이 유의하게 ...
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Takayama, Katsutoshi ; Nakagawa, Hiroyuki ; Iwasaki, Satoru ; Taoka, Toshiaki ; Myouchin, Kaoru ; Wada, Takeshi ; Sakamoto, Masahiko ; Fukusumi, Akio ; Kurokawa, Shinichiro ; Kichikawa, ...
In a widely used decision-making task, the Iowa Gambling Task (IGT), male performance is observed to be superior to that of females, and is attributed to right lateralization (i.e., right hemispheric dominance). It is as yet unknown whether sex-differences in affect and motor lateralization have implications for sex-specific lateralization in the IGT, and specifically, whether sex-difference in performance in the IGT changes with right-handedness or with affect lateralization (decision valence, and valence-directed motivation). The present study (N = 320; 160 males) examined the effects of right-handedness (right-handedness vs. non-right-handedness) as a measure of motor lateralization, decision valence (reward vs. punishment IGT), and valence-directedness of task motivation (valence-directed vs. non-directed instructions), as measures of affective lateralization on IGT decision making. Analyses of variance revealed that both male and female participants showed valence-induced inconsistencies in
TY - JOUR. T1 - Presurgical Mapping of Verbal Language in Brain Tumors with Functional MR Imaging and MR Tractography. AU - Bizzi, Alberto. PY - 2009/11. Y1 - 2009/11. N2 - Functional magnetic resonance (fMR) imaging and diffusion MR tractography have emerged as valuable tools in the evaluation of verbal language in brain tumor patients, and have changed the way neurosurgeons look at patients with a mass in the dominant hemisphere. The techniques have obtained recognition as valuable presurgical clinical tools in the determination of hemispheric dominance and in the selection of candidates who may benefit from awake craniotomy. In the near future fMRI and diffusion MR Tractography may contribute to elucidate mechanisms of brain plasticity and may provide predictors of favorable postoperative clinical outcome. The functional anatomy of the language network and the role of fMR imaging and diffusion MR tractography in the evaluation of patients with a brain tumor are the focus of this ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Mapping hemispheric asymmetries of the macaque cerebral cortex during early brain development. AU - Xia, Jing. AU - Wang, Fan. AU - Wu, Zhengwang. AU - Wang, Li. AU - Zhang, Caiming. AU - Shen, Dinggang. AU - Li, Gang. PY - 2020/1/1. Y1 - 2020/1/1. N2 - Studying cortical hemispheric asymmetries during the dynamic early postnatal stages in macaque monkeys (with close phylogenetic relationship to humans) would increase our limited understanding on the possible origins, developmental trajectories, and evolutional mechanisms of brain asymmetries in nonhuman primates, but remains a blind spot to the community. Via cortical surface-based morphometry, we comprehensively analyze hemispheric structural asymmetries in 134 longitudinal MRI scans from birth to 20 months of age from 32 healthy macaque monkeys. We reveal that most clusters of hemispheric asymmetries of cortical properties, such as surface area, cortical thickness, sulcal depth, and vertex positions, expand in the first 4 ...
Language processing is dynamic and requires the participation of both cerebral hemispheres. The left hemisphere (LH) is considered to be the language dominant hemisphere, however, the right hemisphere (RH) is also accepted to play an important role in language processing. The RH has been linked with processing of discourse, comprehension of inferences, ambiguity and metaphoric language, and underlying much of this, is its role in lexical-semantic processing [see for a review of RH language processing [1]]. According to dynamic models of cognitive functioning bilateral lexical-semantic processing will involve both interhemispheric activation and inhibition [2]. The language dominant LH is suggested to inhibit aspects of RH participation in order to maximize the efficiency of word level processing and meaning selection [2-4]. Interhemispheric inhibition has been suggested to limit the RHs ability to perform to its maximum semantic processing capacity under normal processing conditions, and to ...
The localization of cortical sites essential for language was assessed by stimulation mapping in the left, dominant hemispheres of 117 patients. Sites were related to language when stimulation at a current below the threshold for afterdischarge evoked repeated statistically significant errors in object naming. The language center was highly localized in many patients to form several mosaics of 1 to 2 sq cm, usually one in the frontal and one or more in the temporoparietal lobe. The area of individual mosaics, and the total area related to language was usually much smaller than the traditional Broca-Wernicke areas. There was substantial individual variability in the exact location of language function, some of which correlated with the patients sex and verbal intelligence. These features were present for patients as young as 4 years and as old as 80 years, and for those with lesions acquired in early life or adulthood. These findings indicate a need for revision of the classical model of ...
Split-brain research has been conducted for decades, and scientists have long ago shown that language processing is largely located in the left side of the brain. When words appear only in the left visual field -- an area processed by the right side of the brain -- the right brain must transfer that information to the left brain, in order to interpret it. The new study at UCSB shows that healthy test subjects respond less accurately when information is shown only to the right brain. While hemispheric specialization is considered accurate, the new study sheds light on the highly complex interplay -- with neurons firing back and forth between distinct areas in each half of the brain.This study shows that the strength of communication across the brain changes dynamically, when information is exchanged between the right and left hemispheres via the corpus callosum, which connects both sides of the brain. ...
Hemispheric differences for visual P3 amplitude in patients with schizophrenia, Pegah Vafaii, Shahrzad Mazhari, Ali Mohammad Pourrahimi, Nouzar Nakhaee
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There is more to understand when considering academic success. Interhemispheric connectivity is a factor often overlooked. When viewed from the top, the human brain looks like a walnut: two large lobes partially separated by a split down the middle. Though physically identical, each hemisphere specialises in different things. Creative tasks-composing, conceptualising, brainstorming-are more typically associated with the right. Logical functions-calculation, translation, data sorting-are usually done on the left. The left hemisphere controls the right side of the body, and vice versa. But while pop psychology would have us believe one side of your brain is dominant over the other, its not that simple. When you write a note, your right hemisphere forms the tone and considers the social repercussions. The left hemisphere translates it into language. When your right hand types, its controlled by the left hemisphere; meanwhile, the right hemisphere tells the left hand to stay still. Both ...
Note that the stroke was to the left hemisphere. Her experiences therefore give many clues as to the roles of the hemispheres. However we do need to be aware that the right hemisphere is not running at its full potential in any of us, due to a lifetime of suppression by the left hemisphere and also not receiving the total nutrition and fuel it requires to run on. When left hemisphere function is lost, we get a glimpse into the potential of the right hemisphere but we do not see its full potential straight away. So having to manage with a damaged left hemisphere caused Jill Bolte Taylor problems initially. As Jill Bolte Taylor found, in the years after her stroke she recovered lost function and gained abilities she had not had before ...
Determining eye dominance for me has always seemed subjective. I see two equal fingers, for example, and I can pick one or the other to make either eye...
Snails, like humans, can be right-handed or left-handed and the swirl etched into the shell of a snail can reveal a lot about them, down to their genetic makeup. Researchers have found that the gene influencing the direction of the shell coil may also offer insight into the evolution of snails overall. Source: Right- or…
Lateralization definition, functional specialization of the brain, with some skills, as language, occurring primarily in the left hemisphere and others, as the perception of visual and spatial relationships, occurring primarily in the right hemisphere. See more.
2. Our brain is divided into 2 parts: left hemisphere and right hemisphere. The right hemisphere functions to think logically, critically, think about science and anything thats considered in this area. The left hemisphere functions to think creatively, literary and else thats called creative. Normally, many students use the right hemisphere to learn but the fact is, learning is excellent and youll learn at the maximum stage when you use both sides of your brain. Here we can conclude than we should learn with both sides of our brain to get the maximum understanding when were learning ...
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A cognitive disorder marked by an impaired ability to comprehend or express language in its written or spoken form. This condition is caused by diseases which affect the language areas of the dominant hemisphere. Clinical features are used to classify the various subtypes of this condition. General categories include receptive, expressive, and mixed forms of aphasia ...
The whole field of left-right specialisation has been received some very vocal criticism.. Brain scientists will tell you that the idea of a rigid divide is a popular myth. They even have a word for the publics enthusiasm for the subject: dichotomania. Like modern phrenology the word is a put-down, intended to imply that the real situation is far too complex for simple conclusions to be drawn. , emphasis mine.. Ive found no substantial criticism of the underlying science, most of the criticism seems to be of some of secondary works which draw conclusions far removed from science. The word rigid in the above quote is particularly important. It would be incorrect to say that anyone is left brained or right brained or that a particular task is carried out solely in one hemisphere. Its better to talk of general trends, indeed results from Herrmann seem to indicate that most people have more than one dominant mode . There is also a danger of concentrating one particular aspect of brain ...
The whole field of left-right specialisation has been received some very vocal criticism.. Brain scientists will tell you that the idea of a rigid divide is a popular myth. They even have a word for the publics enthusiasm for the subject: dichotomania. Like modern phrenology the word is a put-down, intended to imply that the real situation is far too complex for simple conclusions to be drawn. , emphasis mine.. Ive found no substantial criticism of the underlying science, most of the criticism seems to be of some of secondary works which draw conclusions far removed from science. The word rigid in the above quote is particularly important. It would be incorrect to say that anyone is left brained or right brained or that a particular task is carried out solely in one hemisphere. Its better to talk of general trends, indeed results from Herrmann seem to indicate that most people have more than one dominant mode . There is also a danger of concentrating one particular aspect of brain ...
Consider a child who undergoes a traumatic event. This child develops behavioral symptoms normally associated with the syndrome of infantile autism. After treatment and time, the symptoms improve. Did the child have autism? Its a pretty serious question, and not as simple as many think. Many think autism is defined merely as a collection of…
The right and left sides of our brains control different functions. The concepts discussed in this article are true for most people, but the brains of some...
Are you in your right mind, in a spacious place, tasting life anew in the Now? Or are you in your left mind, stuck out in left field, munching on rehashed ...
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Im a righty, but very cross eye dominant. When I started, I was using a righty isosceles stance and both eyes open. Figured out how to focus and had decent...
In my previous article on right brain photography, I made some examples of photos taken using mainly the right hemisphere of our brain. These photos were taken
Findings from one of the largest-ever imaging studies of depression indicate that a structural difference in the brain appears to be linked to a higher risk for depression.
How to Develop Both Hemispheres of the Brain. According to the theory of left-brain or right-brain dominance, a person who is left-brained is said to be more logical and analytical, while a person who is right-brained is more...