2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-80342012000300005 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Differences on interhemispherical auditory integration between female and male: preliminary study Diferenças na habilidade de integração auditiva inter-hemisférica entre os gêneros feminino e masculino: estudo preliminar ABSTRACT Purpose: To evaluate the interhemispherical auditory integration ability between female and male individuals. Methods: Participants were 30 individuals -15 female and 15 male -aged between 18 and 25 years, without hearing complaints and with hearing within normal limits. Data collecti… Show more

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“…20 34 As a consequence of the left hemispheric dominance for language processing, a great part of the individuals are better in the attention to the stimuli heard by the right ear, due to the contralateral pathway directing to the left brain hemisphere. 35 36 …”
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“…20 34 As a consequence of the left hemispheric dominance for language processing, a great part of the individuals are better in the attention to the stimuli heard by the right ear, due to the contralateral pathway directing to the left brain hemisphere. 35 36 …”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Despite some controversy, there are studies that consider the left-brain hemisphere responsible for the analysis of linguistic sounds, while the right brain hemisphere is considered responsible for decoding non-linguistic sounds, such as musical and rhythmic sounds. 20 34 As a consequence of the left hemispheric dominance for language processing, a great part of the individuals are better in the attention to the stimuli heard by the right ear, due to the contralateral pathway directing to the left brain hemisphere. 35 36…”
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“…In this study, men and women presented similar behaviors in relation to the need for pauses in the DSI test and there was no statistically significant association between the variable gender and the occurrence of pauses for any of the DSI test steps. Several studies tried to correlate the anatomical and functional differences between male and female brains to the performance obtained in dichotic listening tests, but most of the findings did not show strong differences between the gender in the dichotic listening tasks (6,8,27) (Table 3).…”
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“…Isso permite que esses indivíduos façam uso predominante de um processamento acústico mais automático dos estímulos. (SILVA; DIAS, 2012) Como refere a literatura, há preferência pela OD em situação de escuta dicótica, sem que isso represente alguma desordem ou distúrbio. Além disso, se até mesmo a agenesia isolada do órgão pode ser compensada por conexões não calosas, uma possível disfunção não comprovada (ou mesmo lesão detectável) também poderia ser compensada sem que gerasse alguma relevância clínica (dificuldade de aprendizagem).…”
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