Reports

Unilateral Cortical Activity in Newborn Humans: An Early Index of Cerebral Dominance?

Science  13 Apr 1973:
Vol. 180, Issue 4082, pp. 205-208
DOI: 10.1126/science.180.4082.205

Abstract

Spectral analyses show unilateral photic driving in newborn human infants to bilateral repetitive visual stimulation. Results are interpreted as evidence of dominance in the right hemisphere for rhythmic visual stimuli and lack of interhemispheric integration.

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