EFFECT OF LATERALIZED CEREBRAL DAMAGE UPON CONTRALATERAL AND IPSILATERAL SENSORIMOTOR PERFORMANCE
AdvisorReitan, Ralph M.
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AbstractA large body of human brain-behavior research has focused upon sensorimotor processes and their relation to higher mental functioning. Semmes et al. (1960) have presented evidence to suggest that sensorimotor functions of the two cerebral hemispheres are not mirror images of each other. These
Degree ProgramGraduate College