Neuropsylab NUG seminar on ‘ Brain and hemispheric dominance ’
Working language: English
Place: Armyanskiy per. 4, c2, Moscow, 101000, room 414
Date and time: March 12, 2018 at 14.00.
Speaker: Head of NUG project ‘Brain responses to mathematical operations of increasing complexity’; Marie Arsalidou, Assistant Professor of the Department of Psychology
Historically, visual-spatial processing has been attributed to the right hemisphere and verbal processing has been attributed to the left hemisphere. Classic patience studies demonstrated a clear distinction in hemispheric processing as a function of content type. Recent functional neuroimaging evidence with healthy participants, however, challenges this interpretation as both hemispheres are implicated in processing materials with different content types (visual-spatial and verbal). This seminar will discuss hemispheric dominance with examples from fMRI studies on mathematical cognition.
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