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Kaeler Braine Due 10/2 Writing Assignment #3 This article written by Chance is the basis for understanding how our right and left hemispheres are different in terms of structure and functionality. It supports with subs-sections pertaining to the relationship of language and asymmetry between the two hemispheres, evolutionary comparisons of humans to other animals, models discussing featural or holistic processing types, conceptual spacing, and the mechanisms involved with human neuropsychiatric disorders. The two hemispheres are what provide a division of labor for the cognitive processing, but this article highlights that each side does many different things, and because of that aren’t just equal halves of the brain. This asymmetry is very significant because it is evidence of the presence for lateralization of cognitive functions, especially when talking about human communication through language. It is important to appreciate the proliferation and spacing of minicolumns that are associated with surface area in the asymmetric planum temporale. Myelination of white matter tracts correspond with the speed of information processing. This concept of activity can also show us the relationship of encoding between local
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  • Fall '15
  • VickyTu
  • neuropsychiatric disorders, Kaeler Braine

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