Language, Aphasia and the Right Hemisphere
A critical review of the role of the brain right hemisphere with emphasis on its relation to language processing and its implications in speech disorders such as aphasia. Includes evidence and arguments from the latest research.
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Population and Methodological Variables in Research into the Neuro
Linguistic Comprehension in the Right Hemisphere
The Role of the Right Hemisphere in the Production and Expression
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