Unformatted text preview: • In the right hand (connected to the left hemisphere) the patient was able to describe the object, its uses, and name it. • In the left hand (connected to the right hemisphere) the patient was not able to name or describe the objects. • However, the patient was able to match the object with objects presented to them. Significant Findings • Left brain- “better” at speaking, writing, mathematical calculation, reading, and it is the primary center for language. • Right brain- is capable of recognizing faces, solving problems involving spatial relationships, symbolic reasoning, and artistic activities....
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- Spring '08
- Michael Gazzaniga, Lateralization of brain function, Split-brain