All Relations between semantics and asymmetrical (pato 0000616)

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Y Kamio, M Toich. Dual access to semantics in autism: is pictorial access superior to verbal access? Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines vol 41 issue 7 2001 11079428 the theoretical implications are discussed in terms of functional asymmetry between verbal and pictorial semantic operations that may be specific to autism. 2001-02-22 2023-01-24 Not clear
F Doricchi, G Galat. Implicit semantic evaluation of object symmetry and contralesional visual denial in a case of left unilateral neglect with damage of the dorsal paraventricular white matter. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 36 issue 3 2000 10921663 the patient was able to perform correct semantic analysis of the symmetry (or asymmetry) of the drawings. 2000-12-15 2023-01-24 Not clear
S C Khan, V Frisk, M J Taylo. Neurophysiological measures of reading difficulty in very-low-birthweight children. Psychophysiology vol 36 issue 1 1999 10098382 for the late positive component, both groups showed greater left than right asymmetry, which was more marked for the semantic classification task. 1999-05-07 2023-01-24 Not clear
D W Zaidel, N Edelsty. Hemispheric semantics: effects on pictorial organization of patients with unilateral brain damage. The International journal of neuroscience vol 82 issue 3-4 1995 7558650 the results confirm the presence of hemispheric asymmetry for semantic schemas in long-term memory, even in pictorial material. 1995-11-09 2023-01-24 Not clear
B Pillon, J Blin, M Vidailhet, B Deweer, A Sirigu, B Dubois, Y Agi. The neuropsychological pattern of corticobasal degeneration: comparison with progressive supranuclear palsy and Alzheimer's disease. Neurology vol 45 issue 8 1995 7644044 patients with cbd showed: (1) a moderate global deterioration; (2) a dysexecutive syndrome similar to that of patients with psp and more severe than in sdat; (3) explicit learning deficits, without retention difficulties and easily compensated by using the same semantic cues at encoding and retrieval as in psp; this was in contrast with sdat where cued recall and recognition were also impaired; (4) disorders of dynamic motor execution (temporal organization, bimanual coordination, control, and inhibition) similar to those of patients with psp and not in sdat; (5) asymmetric praxis disorders (posture imitation, symbolic gesture execution, and object utilization) that were not observed in psp or sdat. 1995-09-20 2023-01-24 Not clear
J De Houwer, W Fias, G d'Ydewall. Comparing color-word and picture-word Stroop-like effects: a test of the Glaser and Glaser (1989) model. Psychological research vol 56 issue 4 1994 8090863 however, the asymmetric pattern of interference was observed only with picture-word stimuli (experiment 2), but not with color-word stimuli (experiment 1), suggesting that, unlike pictures, colors do not have privileged access to semantic information. 1994-10-17 2023-01-24 human
F Doricchi, I Milana, C Violan. Patterns of hemispheric lateralization in dream recallers and non-dream recallers. The International journal of neuroscience vol 69 issue 1-4 1994 8082996 ndr showed a significant degree of hemispheric asymmetry of both visuo-constructive (right asymmetry of both visuo-constructive (right hemisphere advantage) and semantic (left hemisphere advantage) functions. 1994-10-11 2023-01-24 human
P W Ely, R E Graves, S M Potte. Dichotic listening indices of right hemisphere semantic processing. Neuropsychologia vol 27 issue 7 1989 2771025 a new dichotic listening technique, based on a psychophysical threshold procedure and providing ordinal scale measurement of lateral asymmetry, was used to investigate variation in the size of right-ear advantage for verbal vs manual response modalities across three semantic categories of stimuli in 60 right-handed males. 1989-09-27 2023-01-23 Not clear
D W Zaide. Hemispheric asymmetry in memory for pictorial semantics in normal subjects. Neuropsychologia vol 25 issue 3 1987 3683806 hemispheric asymmetry in memory for pictorial semantics in normal subjects. 1987-12-22 2023-01-24 human
J M Rumsey, K F Berman, M B Denckla, S D Hamburger, M J Kruesi, D R Weinberge. Regional cerebral blood flow in severe developmental dyslexia. Archives of neurology vol 44 issue 11 1987 3675247 despite minimal group differences in performance, the dyslexic group showed an increased hemispheric asymmetry (left greater than right) on a semantic classification task and a reduced anteroposterior difference on a line orientation task relative to controls. 1987-12-03 2023-01-24 human
N M Juszczak, J L Andreass. An investigation of hemispheric asymmetry in size and semantic discriminations and related visual ERPs. The International journal of neuroscience vol 27 issue 3-4 1985 4044137 an investigation of hemispheric asymmetry in size and semantic discriminations and related visual erps. 1985-11-13 2023-01-24 human