2017
DOI: 10.31219/osf.io/v9gd3
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Abigail Bradshaw, Paul Andrew Thompson, Alexander Wilson, Dorothy Vera Margaret Bishop, Zoe Victoria Joan Woodhead

Abstract: ABSTRACTLanguage lateralisation refers to the phenomenon in which one hemisphere (typically the left) shows greater involvement in language functions than the other. Measurement of laterality is of interest both to researchers investigating the neural organisation of the language system and to clinicians needing to establish an individual's hemispheric dominance for language prior to surgery, as in patients with intractable epilepsy. Recently, there has been increasing awareness of the possibility that differ…

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