All Relations between prosody and right cerebral hemisphere

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Onyinyechi C Ukaegbe, Brooke E Holt, Lynsey M Keator, Hiram Brownell, Margaret Lehman Blake, Kristine Lundgren, Right Hemisphere Disorders Working Group Evidence-Based Clinical Research Committee Academy Of Neurologic Communication Disorders And Science. Aprosodia Following Focal Brain Damage: What's Right and What's Left? American journal of speech-language pathology vol issue 2022 35868292 hemispheric specialization for the comprehension and expression of linguistic and emotional prosody is typically attributed to the right hemisphere. 2022-07-22 2022-07-25 Not clear
Chinar Dara, Jee Bang, Rebecca F Gottesman, Argye E Hilli. Right hemisphere dysfunction is better predicted by emotional prosody impairments as compared to neglect. Journal of neurology & translational neuroscience vol 2 issue 1 2021 24945016 however, the right hemisphere has a critical role in many cognitive, communication and social functions; for example, in processing emotional prosody (tone of voice). 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Chinar Dara, Jee Bang, Rebecca F Gottesman, Argye E Hilli. Right hemisphere dysfunction is better predicted by emotional prosody impairments as compared to neglect. Journal of neurology & translational neuroscience vol 2 issue 1 2021 24945016 we tested the hypothesis that impaired recognition of emotional prosody is a more accurate indicator of right hemisphere dysfunction than is neglect. 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Chinar Dara, Jee Bang, Rebecca F Gottesman, Argye E Hilli. Right hemisphere dysfunction is better predicted by emotional prosody impairments as compared to neglect. Journal of neurology & translational neuroscience vol 2 issue 1 2021 24945016 right hemisphere dysfunction is better predicted by emotional prosody impairments as compared to neglect. 2021-10-21 2022-01-12 Not clear
Robin Gerrits, Helena Verhelst, Guy Vingerhoet. Mirrored brain organization: Statistical anomaly or reversal of hemispheric functional segregation bias? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol 117 issue 25 2020 32513702 humans demonstrate a prototypical hemispheric functional segregation pattern, with language and praxis lateralizing to the left hemisphere and spatial attention, face recognition, and emotional prosody to the right hemisphere. 2020-08-28 2022-01-13 Not clear
Shannon M Sheppard, Lynsey M Keator, Bonnie L Breining, Amy E Wright, Sadhvi Saxena, Donna C Tippett, Argye E Hilli. Right hemisphere ventral stream for emotional prosody identification: Evidence from acute stroke. Neurology vol 94 issue 10 2020 31892632 right hemisphere ventral stream for emotional prosody identification: evidence from acute stroke. 2020-07-08 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hazel K Godfrey, Gina M Grimsha. Emotional language is all right: Emotional prosody reduces hemispheric asymmetry for linguistic processing. Laterality vol 21 issue 4-6 2019 26508356 findings are consistent with the hypothesis that the right hemisphere is better able to process speech when it carries emotional prosody. 2019-11-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Dandan Zhang, Yu Zhou, Xinlin Hou, Yun Cui, Congle Zho. Discrimination of emotional prosodies in human neonates: A pilot fNIRS study. Neuroscience letters vol 658 issue 2018 28842278 these findings highlight the crucial importance of the right hemisphere in the perception of emotional prosody in neonates. 2018-07-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jens Kreitewolf, Angela D Friederici, Katharina von Kriegstei. Hemispheric lateralization of linguistic prosody recognition in comparison to speech and speaker recognition. NeuroImage vol 102 Pt 2 issue 2015 25087482 while it is commonly assumed that linguistic prosody and emotional prosody are preferentially processed in the right hemisphere, neuropsychological work directly comparing processes of linguistic prosody and emotional prosody suggests a predominant role of the left hemisphere for linguistic prosody processing. 2015-08-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Konstanty Guranski, Ryszard Podemsk. Emotional prosody expression in acoustic analysis in patients with right hemisphere ischemic stroke. Neurologia i neurochirurgia polska vol 49 issue 2 2015 25890926 most research supports the dominant role of the right hemisphere in the control of emotional prosody. 2015-07-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Konstanty Guranski, Ryszard Podemsk. Emotional prosody expression in acoustic analysis in patients with right hemisphere ischemic stroke. Neurologia i neurochirurgia polska vol 49 issue 2 2015 25890926 emotional prosody expression in acoustic analysis in patients with right hemisphere ischemic stroke. 2015-07-07 2022-01-12 Not clear
Chinar Dara, Lindsey Kirsch-Darrow, E Ochfeld, Jamie Slenz, Anna Agranovich, Andreia Vasconcellos-Faria, Elliott Ross, Argye E Hillis, Kathleen B Kortt. Impaired emotion processing from vocal and facial cues in frontotemporal dementia compared to right hemisphere stroke. Neurocase vol 19 issue 6 2014 22827701 impaired processing of emotional prosody and facial expressions could be important for detecting bvftd with greater right hemisphere atrophy. 2014-06-09 2022-01-12 Not clear
Swann Pichon, Christian A Kel. Affective and sensorimotor components of emotional prosody generation. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 33 issue 4 2013 23345236 two models have been forged on the basis of clinical observations: a first model proposes that the right hemisphere sustains production and comprehension of emotional prosody, while a second model proposes that emotional prosody relies heavily on basal ganglia. 2013-03-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Tobias Grossmann, Regine Oberecker, Stefan Paul Koch, Angela D Friederic. The developmental origins of voice processing in the human brain. Neuron vol 65 issue 6 2010 20346760 hearing emotional prosody resulted in increased responses in a voice-sensitive region in the right hemisphere. 2010-04-12 2022-01-12 Not clear
Laura A Thompson, Daniel M Malloy, Katya L LeBlan. Lateralization of visuospatial attention across face regions varies with emotional prosody. Brain and cognition vol 69 issue 1 2009 18639372 it is well-established that linguistic processing is primarily a left-hemisphere activity, while emotional prosody processing is lateralized to the right hemisphere. 2009-03-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Laura A Thompson, Daniel M Malloy, Katya L LeBlan. Lateralization of visuospatial attention across face regions varies with emotional prosody. Brain and cognition vol 69 issue 1 2009 18639372 the results support a model wherein visuospatial attention used during language comprehension is directed by the left hemisphere given neutral emotional prosody, and by the right hemisphere given primarily negative emotional prosodic cues. 2009-03-09 2022-01-13 Not clear
Rachel L C Mitchel. fMRI delineation of working memory for emotional prosody in the brain: commonalities with the lexico-semantic emotion network. NeuroImage vol 36 issue 3 2007 17481919 it has been proposed by ross and others that emotional prosody cognitions in the right hemisphere are organized in an analogous fashion to propositional language functions in the left hemisphere. 2007-08-06 2022-01-12 Not clear
Marc D Pel. Reduced sensitivity to prosodic attitudes in adults with focal right hemisphere brain damage. Brain and language vol 101 issue 1 2007 17123594 although there is a strong link between the right hemisphere and understanding emotional prosody in speech, there are few data on how the right hemisphere is implicated for understanding the emotive "attitudes" of a speaker from prosody. 2007-06-13 2022-01-12 Not clear
D Wildgruber, H Ackermann, B Kreifelts, T Ethofe. Cerebral processing of linguistic and emotional prosody: fMRI studies. Progress in brain research vol 156 issue 2007 17015084 as concerns lower level processing of the underlying suprasegmental acoustic cues, linguistic and emotional prosody seem to share the same right hemisphere neural resources. 2007-01-18 2022-01-12 Not clear
D Wildgruber, H Ackermann, B Kreifelts, T Ethofe. Cerebral processing of linguistic and emotional prosody: fMRI studies. Progress in brain research vol 156 issue 2007 17015084 based on lesion data, a right hemisphere superiority for cerebral processing of emotional prosody has been assumed. 2007-01-18 2022-01-12 Not clear
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