All Relations between language understanding and right cerebral hemisphere

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Nicholas S Cho, Kyung K Peck, Madeleine N Gene, Mehrnaz Jenabi, Andrei I Holodn. Resting-state functional MRI language network connectivity differences in patients with brain tumors: exploration of the cerebellum and contralesional hemisphere. Brain imaging and behavior vol issue 2021 34333725 Language processing is typically lateralized to the left hemisphere, but also involves the right hemisphere and cerebellum. 2021-12-29 2022-01-08 human
Vinitha Rangarajan, Josef Parviz. Functional asymmetry between the left and right human fusiform gyrus explored through electrical brain stimulation. Neuropsychologia vol 83 issue 2016 26277460 The presence of right hemisphere language dominance in the first, and strong left-handedness and poor language processing performance in the second case, provide indirect clues about the functional architecture of the human VTC in relation to hemispheric asymmetries in language processing and handedness. 2016-12-13 2022-01-08 Not clear
J Coney, K D Evan. Hemispheric asymmetries in the resolution of lexical ambiguity. Neuropsychologia vol 38 issue 3 2000 10678693 It is proposed that this reflects a model of language comprehension in which the right hemisphere plays a supportive role by making available a set of alternative and less probable word meanings, thus freeing the left hemisphere to focus cognitive resources upon the most probable meaning of a word in a given context. 2000-03-08 2022-01-08 Not clear
T R Kn\\xc3\\xb6sche, B Maess, A D Friederic. Processing of syntactic information monitored by brain surface current density mapping based on MEG. Brain topography vol 12 issue 2 2000 10642007 These findings confirm other recent results that suggest right hemisphere involvement in auditory language processing. 2000-02-15 2022-01-08 Not clear
G Hickok, M Wilson, K Clark, E S Klima, M Kritchevsky, U Bellug. Discourse deficits following right hemisphere damage in deaf signers. Brain and language vol 66 issue 2 1999 10190988 We conclude that, as in the hearing population, discourse functions involve the right hemisphere; that distinct discourse functions can be dissociated from one another in ASL; and that brain organization for linguistic spatial devices is driven by its functional role in language processing, rather than by its surface, spatial characteristics. 1999-05-06 2022-01-08 human
N Tzourio, F Crivello, E Mellet, B Nkanga-Ngila, B Mazoye. Functional anatomy of dominance for speech comprehension in left handers vs right handers. NeuroImage vol 8 issue 1 1998 9698571 These results are in accordance with data from aphasiology that suggest a greater participation of the right hemisphere in language processing in LH. 1998-12-03 2022-01-08 human
F Michel, M A H\\xc3\\xa9naff, J Intriligato. Two different readers in the same brain after a posterior callosal lesion. Neuroreport vol 7 issue 3 1996 8733745 This unilateral deficit reveals the competence of the right hemisphere to initiate some semantic processing and its inability to manage phonological coding. 1996-11-05 2022-01-07 Not clear
G Gainott. The riddle of the right hemisphere's contribution to the recovery of language. European journal of disorders of communication : the journal of the College of Speech and Language Therapists, London vol 28 issue 3 1993 8241579 According to the model of right hemisphere language proposed by Zaidel, the right hemisphere should selectively contribute to the recovery of language comprehension (and in particular of lexical comprehension) but not to the recovery of language production. 1993-12-30 2022-01-07 Not clear
P Munro, E Govie. Dynamic gender-related differences in dichotic listening performance. Neuropsychologia vol 31 issue 4 1993 8502370 The change in PA in women is consistent with a dynamic improvement in left hemisphere (LH) syllable processing and in men a dynamic improvement in the transmission of information through the right hemisphere (RH) to the language processing areas in the LH. 1993-06-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Beema. Semantic processing in the right hemisphere may contribute to drawing inferences from discourse. Brain and language vol 44 issue 1 1993 8467379 Semantic processing in the right hemisphere may contribute to drawing inferences from discourse. 1993-05-12 2022-01-07 human
C Chiarello, L Richards, A Polloc. Semantic additivity and semantic inhibition: dissociable processes in the cerebral hemispheres? Brain and language vol 42 issue 1 1992 1547469 The availability of finely tuned meaning integration processes in the left hemisphere may contribute to its superiority in language processing, despite right hemisphere competence for some semantic operations. 1992-04-21 2022-01-09 Not clear
N Hutner, J Liederma. Right hemisphere participation in reading. Brain and language vol 41 issue 4 1992 1777809 This study examined whether the right hemisphere's contribution to lexical semantic processing is greatest when it is "disinhibited." 1992-03-06 2022-01-07 human
N Niccum, C Speak. Interpretation of outcome on dichotic listening tests following stroke. Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology vol 13 issue 4 1991 1918291 Studies disagree as to whether this difference reflects a shift toward right hemisphere dominance for language processing or a "contralateral ear lesion effect." 1991-11-21 2022-01-07 Not clear
P W Ely, R E Graves, S M Potte. Dichotic listening indices of right hemisphere semantic processing. Neuropsychologia vol 27 issue 7 1989 2771025 Dichotic listening indices of right hemisphere semantic processing. 1989-09-27 2022-01-07 Not clear
P W Ely, R E Graves, S M Potte. Dichotic listening indices of right hemisphere semantic processing. Neuropsychologia vol 27 issue 7 1989 2771025 The results suggest that both response modality and stimulus type are important variables for dichotic listening paradigms seeking evidence of right hemisphere contributions to semantic processing. 1989-09-27 2022-01-07 Not clear
J E Obrzut, P F Conrad, M P Bryden, C A Bolie. Cued dichotic listening with right-handed, left-handed, bilingual and learning-disabled children. Neuropsychologia vol 26 issue 1 1988 3362337 A three-factor ANOVA design conducted on the data revealed that control, bilingual, and learning-disabled children produced the expected REA suggestive of left hemisphere dominance for language processing whereas left-handed children produced an LEA suggestive of right hemisphere superiority for language processing. 1988-06-02 2022-01-07 human
A Kertes. What do we learn from recovery from aphasia? Advances in neurology vol 47 issue 1988 3344630 Comprehension and semantic processing may have more contralateral or right hemisphere compensation than other language functions. 1988-03-25 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Egli. Interference and priming within and across visual fields in a lexical decision task. Neuropsychologia vol 25 issue 4 1987 3658144 Thus, all distractor words received equivalent semantic processing; those presented to the right hemisphere, however, were least costly to exclude from task-relevant processing in the left hemisphere. 1987-11-13 2022-01-07 human
G Deloche, X Seron, G Scius, J Segu. Right hemisphere language processing: lateral difference with imageable and nonimageable ambiguous words. Brain and language vol 30 issue 2 1987 3567547 Right hemisphere language processing: lateral difference with imageable and nonimageable ambiguous words. 1987-05-27 2022-01-07 Not clear
M P Rastatter, C W Del. Reaction times of moderate and severe stutterers to monaural verbal stimuli: some implications for neurolinguistic organization. Journal of speech and hearing research vol 30 issue 1 1987 3560894 These findings were in concert with an efficiency model of neurolinguistic organization that suggests that the left hemisphere is dominant for language processing with the right hemisphere being capable of performing less efficient auditory-verbal analysis. 1987-05-15 2022-01-07 human
J R Duhamel, M Ponce. Deep dysphasia in a case of phonemic deafness: role of the right hemisphere in auditory language comprehension. Neuropsychologia vol 24 issue 6 1987 3808285 Deep dysphasia in a case of phonemic deafness: role of the right hemisphere in auditory language comprehension. 1987-03-10 2022-01-07 Not clear
M N Metz-Lutz, E Dah. Analysis of word comprehension in a case of pure word deafness. Brain and language vol 23 issue 1 1984 6478188 An attempt is made to demonstrate that the patient resorts to this semantic processing and that this reflects the linguistic competence of the right hemisphere. 1984-11-21 2022-01-07 Not clear
D R Vocat. Differential cerebral speech lateralization in Crow Indian and Anglo children. Neuropsychologia vol 22 issue 4 1984 6483175 As predicted (1) the bilingual children demonstrated a more symmetrical cerebral representation for language processing than the monolingual children; and (2) the bilingual primary Crow speakers had a greater right hemisphere involvement in receptive language processing than the monolingual English speakers. 1984-11-09 2022-01-07 human
D S Knopman, A B Rubens, O A Selnes, A C Klassen, M W Meye. Mechanisms of recovery from aphasia: evidence from serial xenon 133 cerebral blood flow studies. Annals of neurology vol 15 issue 6 1984 6204581 The study provides evidence for participation of the right hemisphere in language comprehension in recovering aphasics, and for later return of function in left hemisphere regions that may have been functionally impaired early during recovery. 1984-08-07 2022-01-07 Not clear
M S Gazzaniga, C S Smyli. Dissociation of language and cognition. A psychological profile of two disconnected right hemispheres. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 107 ( Pt 1) issue 1984 6697151 The results suggest that the presence of language in the right hemisphere, a brain system that ordinarily does not possess such competence, need not necessarily confer the full complement of cognitive skills associated with the language processing skills of the left hemisphere. 1984-04-17 2022-01-07 Not clear
X Y Hartle. Receptive language processing of Down's syndrome children. Journal of mental deficiency research vol 26 (Pt 4) issue 1983 6221113 The results were discussed in terms of the language development of Down's syndrome children, given a possible right hemisphere dominance for language processing. 1983-06-10 2022-01-07 Not clear
K d Hamsher, H S Levin, A L Bento. Facial recognition in patients with focal brain lesions. Archives of neurology vol 36 issue 13 1980 508147 Nonaphasic patients with posterior right hemisphere lesions and aphasic patients with substantial impairment in language comprehension showed a notably high frequency of defect. 1980-01-24 2022-01-07 human
F Lhermitte, F Chain, F Chedru, C Pene. A study of visual processes in a case of interhemispheric disconnexion. Journal of the neurological sciences vol 28 issue 3 1976 932779 Tasks were devised to test the abilities of the major and minor hemisphere: (a) the left hemisphere demonstrated a complete dominance for language expression and an incomplete dominance for written language comprehension; (b) the right hemisphere appeared to be dominant for some visuo-spatial tasks including number comprehension; (c) when the hemispheres were given contradictory visual informations on a non-verbal task (chimeric stimuli) there was a predominance of the right hemisphere. 1976-08-23 2022-01-07 Not clear
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