All Relations between semantics and right cerebral hemisphere

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Michal Assaf, Kanchana Jagannathan, Vince Calhoun, Michael Kraut, John Hart, Godfrey Pearlso. Temporal sequence of hemispheric network activation during semantic processing: a functional network connectivity analysis. Brain and cognition vol 70 issue 2 2009 19307050 Results showed that semantic left and right hemisphere networks comprise two independent ICA components. 2009-06-18 2022-01-08 human
M Collin. Differences in semantic category priming in the left and right cerebral hemispheres under automatic and controlled processing conditions. Neuropsychologia vol 37 issue 9 1999 10468370 The results suggest that both hemispheres have automatic access to semantic category meanings, although the timecourse of activation of semantic category meanings is slower in the right hemisphere than in the left. 1999-12-01 2022-01-08 human
M Koivist. Hemispheric dissociations in controlled lexical-semantic processing. Neuropsychology vol 13 issue 4 1999 10527057 Experiments 2 and 3 found backward priming (e.g., TAIL-BEAVER) only in the left visual field, indicating that the right hemisphere contributes to retrospective semantic matching of the target back to the prime. 1999-11-18 2022-01-08 Not clear
M St George, M Kutas, A Martinez, M I Seren. Semantic integration in reading: engagement of the right hemisphere during discourse processing. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 122 ( Pt 7) issue 1999 10388797 Semantic integration in reading: engagement of the right hemisphere during discourse processing. 1999-08-10 2022-01-08 Not clear
L J Fuentes, E Santiag. Spatial and semantic inhibitory processing in schizophrenia. Neuropsychology vol 13 issue 2 1999 10353375 Schizophrenic adults showed semantic inhibition effects when targets were presented to the left visual field, involving the right hemisphere. 1999-07-15 2022-01-08 Not clear
S Cansino, A Ruiz, V L\\xc3\\xb3pez-Alons. What does the brain do while playing scrabble?: ERPs associated with a short-long-term memory task. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology vol 31 issue 3 1999 10076777 Successfully retrieving semantic information from long-term memory was indexed by a negative slow wave recorded at left frontal and left central sites, and by a positive slow wave predominant over right hemisphere sites. 1999-05-25 2022-01-08 human
M Koivisto, M Lain. Strategies of semantic categorization in the cerebral hemispheres. Brain and language vol 66 issue 3 1999 10190995 Strategies of semantic categorization in intact cerebral hemispheres were studied in two experiments by presenting names of typical and atypical category instances to the left visual field (LVF) (right hemisphere) or to the right visual field (RVF) (left hemisphere). 1999-05-06 2022-01-08 Not clear
A Meier-Kol. Lateralized ultradian rhythms: evidence from tactile discrimination of either hand. Perceptual and motor skills vol 87 issue 3 Pt 1 1999 9885074 Since the right hemisphere is specialized for visuospatial, the left for verbal processing lateralized ultradian rhythms may serve for a long-scale timing of neural processes underlying spatial and semantic mapping of the environment. 1999-03-02 2022-01-08 human
D Leonhard, P Brugge. Creative, paranormal, and delusional thought: a consequence of right hemisphere semantic activation? Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology vol 11 issue 4 1999 9845408 Creative, paranormal, and delusional thought: a consequence of right hemisphere semantic activation? 1999-02-11 2022-01-08 human
D Titon. Hemispheric differences in context sensitivity during lexical ambiguity resolution. Brain and language vol 65 issue 3 1999 9843609 Experiment 3 showed priming of dominant meanings in the left hemisphere (LH), and priming of the subordinate meaning in the right hemisphere (RH) for homonyms embedded in sentences that biased a peripheral semantic feature of the subordinate meaning. 1999-01-14 2022-01-08 human
M Kiefer, M Weisbrod, I Kern, S Maier, M Spitze. Right hemisphere activation during indirect semantic priming: evidence from event-related potentials. Brain and language vol 64 issue 3 1998 9743549 Right hemisphere activation during indirect semantic priming: evidence from event-related potentials. 1998-12-30 2022-01-08 human
M Kiefer, M Weisbrod, I Kern, S Maier, M Spitze. Right hemisphere activation during indirect semantic priming: evidence from event-related potentials. Brain and language vol 64 issue 3 1998 9743549 These results support the hypothesis that the right hemisphere semantic system is involved in processing of remote semantic information. 1998-12-30 2022-01-08 human
M Weisbrod, S Maier, S Harig, U Himmelsbach, M Spitze. Lateralised semantic and indirect semantic priming effects in people with schizophrenia. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science vol 172 issue 1998 9519066 The left hemisphere is superior in the use of syntactic or semantic information, whereas the right hemisphere uses contextual information more effectively. 1998-04-01 2022-01-08 Not clear
P Goulet, Y Joanette, L Sabourin, F Girou. Word fluency after a right-hemisphere lesion. Neuropsychologia vol 35 issue 12 1998 9460726 The interpretation of this dissociation was that the right hemisphere would subtend a particular contribution to the semantic component of word processing in right handers. 1998-03-20 2022-01-08 Not clear
E De Renzi, M C Saett. Associative agnosia and optic aphasia: qualitative or quantitative difference? Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 33 issue 1 1997 9088725 We propose that the interpretation advanced by Coslett and Saffran (Brain, 1989) for optic aphasia also holds for associative agnosia and argue that both syndromes reflect the impaired access of structured representations to left hemisphere semantics, but differ in terms of the degree of compensation provided by the semantic resources of the right hemisphere. 1997-06-25 2022-01-07 Not clear
E De Renzi, M C Saett. Associative agnosia and optic aphasia: qualitative or quantitative difference? Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 33 issue 1 1997 9088725 Since the anatomical basis of the two syndromes may be very similar, we submit that what makes the difference is the semantic potential of the patient's right hemisphere. 1997-06-25 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Abernethy, J Cone. Semantic category priming in the left cerebral hemisphere. Neuropsychologia vol 34 issue 5 1997 9148190 This suggests that semantic category information is relayed from left to right hemisphere, but not vice versa. 1997-05-14 2022-01-08 Not clear
H S Levin, J M Fletcher, L Kusnerik, J A Kufera, M A Lilly, F F Duffy, S Chapman, D Mendelsohn, D Bruc. Semantic memory following pediatric head injury: relationship to age, severity of injury, and MRI. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 32 issue 3 1997 8886522 Volume of left frontal and extrafrontal lesions was predictive of performance on several semantic memory measures, but less robust for right hemisphere lesions. 1997-02-20 2022-01-07 Not clear
D Cardebat, J F D\\xc3\\xa9monet, P Celsis, M Puel, G Viallard, J P Marc-Vergne. Right temporal compensatory mechanisms in a deep dysphasic patient: a case report with activation study by SPECT. Neuropsychologia vol 32 issue 1 1996 8818158 The specific activation of the right middle temporal cortex observed in the semantic condition is congruent with the hypothesis of a compensatory role of the right hemisphere in processing concrete words. 1996-12-26 2022-01-07 Not clear
H J Markowitsc. Which brain regions are critically involved in the retrieval of old episodic memory? Brain research. Brain research reviews vol 21 issue 2 1996 8866670 Within this retrieval system the right hemisphere may subserve episodic memory retrieval, and the left retrieval from the knowledge system (semantic memory). 1996-11-18 2022-01-07 Not clear
A Kingma, W La Heij, L Fasotti, P Elin. Stroop interference and disorders of selective attention. Neuropsychologia vol 34 issue 4 1996 8657358 In this task, the right hemisphere patients showed a much larger semantic interference effect than both the left hemisphere patients and the control group. 1996-07-30 2022-01-07 human
K A Za\\xc4\\xadtseva, E S Dmitrieva, D B Miroshniko. [Lateralization characteristics in the perception of speech in noise by children of different age groups]. Zhurnal evoliutsionnoi biokhimii i fiziologii vol 31 issue 2 1995 7483917 The perception of semantic information is not provided with the reliable mechanisms of signal identification from noise even to the age of 16 while such mechanisms for perception of emotional information are formed in ontogenesis by the age of 14 and they are associated with the activity of the right hemisphere. 1995-11-27 2022-01-07 Not clear
T E Feinberg, D Dyckes-Berke, C R Miner, D M Roan. Knowledge, implicit knowledge and metaknowledge in visual agnosia and pure alexia. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 118 ( Pt 3) issue 1995 7600095 Previous investigators have considered implicit knowledge in these patients to be dissociated from awareness on the basis of intact semantic capabilities that are consistent with right hemisphere processing. 1995-08-10 2022-01-07 Not clear
S Faure, J Blanc-Gari. Right hemisphere semantic performance and competence in a case of partial interhemispheric disconnection. Brain and language vol 47 issue 4 1995 7859055 Right hemisphere semantic performance and competence in a case of partial interhemispheric disconnection. 1995-03-22 2022-01-07 Not clear
P Davous, F Bolle. Transcortical alexia with agraphia following a right temporo-occipital hematoma in a right-handed patient. Neuropsychologia vol 32 issue 10 1995 7845566 We hypothesize that this particular syndrome was the result of a double disconnection: alexia would result from a disconnection of the right angular gyrus and the occipital associative areas by a subangular lesion; agraphia would result from a disconnection of the right angular gyrus and the semantic store, probably located in the right hemisphere. 1995-03-08 2022-01-07 Not clear
F Doricchi, I Milana, C Violan. Patterns of hemispheric lateralization in dream recallers and non-dream recallers. The International journal of neuroscience vol 69 issue 1-4 1994 8082996 NDR showed a significant degree of hemispheric asymmetry of both visuo-constructive (right asymmetry of both visuo-constructive (right hemisphere advantage) and semantic (left hemisphere advantage) functions. 1994-10-11 2022-01-07 human
A Schnider, D F Benson, D N Alexander, A Schnider-Klau. Non-verbal environmental sound recognition after unilateral hemispheric stroke. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 117 ( Pt 2) issue 1994 8186955 The impairment following right hemisphere damage was specific for non-verbal environmental sounds while left hemisphere damage was associated with disturbed semantic capabilities in multiple modalities. 1994-06-22 2022-01-07 human
P J Holcomb, W B McPherso. Event-related brain potentials reflect semantic priming in an object decision task. Brain and cognition vol 24 issue 2 1994 8185897 Although these differences had a similar time course to those seen for the N400 component in semantic priming lexical decision tasks, they were more frontally distributed and were larger over the left rather than the right hemisphere. 1994-06-21 2022-01-07 human
F Melamed, E Zaide. Language and task effects on lateralized word recognition. Brain and language vol 45 issue 1 1993 8353731 Third, the Right Hemisphere hypothesis predicts a selective decrease in RVFA in Farsi for those components of the task that involve lexical semantic access. 1993-09-23 2022-01-07 Not clear
H B Coslett, E M Saffra. Optic aphasia and the right hemisphere: a replication and extension. Brain and language vol 43 issue 1 1992 1643508 We suggest that his performance was mediated by a right hemisphere semantic system. 1992-09-08 2022-01-07 Not clear
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
S Z Rapcsak, P M Beeson, A B Ruben. Writing with the right hemisphere. Brain and language vol 41 issue 4 1992 1723332 The reliance on a lexical-semantic strategy in spelling, semantic errors, and impaired phonology and syntax were all highly consistent with the general characteristics of right hemisphere language, as revealed by studies of split-brain patients and adults with dominant hemispherectomy. 1992-03-06 2022-01-07 Not clear
N Hutner, J Liederma. Right hemisphere participation in reading. Brain and language vol 41 issue 4 1992 1777809 This hypothesis was supported for a subgroup of subjects who showed evidence of inhibition of right hemisphere function (i.e., left hemisphere dominance for lexical processing) when the lateralized semantic task was performed alone. 1992-03-06 2022-01-07 human
N Hutner, J Liederma. Right hemisphere participation in reading. Brain and language vol 41 issue 4 1992 1777809 Across subjects, there was a strong correlation between the degree of left hemisphere dominance in the single-task semantic conditions and the degree of disinhibition of right hemisphere function in the dual-task semantic condition. 1992-03-06 2022-01-07 human
T M Mariutina, G B Mel'niko. [The electrophysiological correlates of the individual-typological variants in stimulus assessment in 10- to 12-year-old children]. Zhurnal vysshei nervnoi deiatelnosti imeni I P Pavlova vol 40 issue 5 1991 1964336 Semantic reconstruction of indefinite stimuli is accompanied by an increase of activation level of late EPs components of the associative zones of the left hemisphere at perception of verbal stimuli and of the associative zones of the right hemisphere at perception of images. 1991-04-30 2022-01-07 human
W D Sheppard, R W Boye. Pretrial EEG coherence as a predictor of semantic priming effects. Brain and language vol 39 issue 1 1990 2207621 High pretrial coherence in the Right Hemisphere and Left Posterior-Parietal regions was associated with greater semantic facilitation (faster reaction times) in related-prime trials and greater semantic inhibition (slower reaction times) in unrelated-prime trials, relative to neutral-prime trials. 1990-11-02 2022-01-07 human
H B Coslett, E M Saffra. Preserved object recognition and reading comprehension in optic aphasia. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 112 ( Pt 4) issue 1989 2775993 We suggest that this patient's preserved object recognition and reading comprehension was mediated by a semantic system supported by the right hemisphere. 1989-10-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
G Sanders, H V Wright, C Elli. Cerebral lateralization of language in deaf and hearing people. Brain and language vol 36 issue 4 1989 2720371 In Experiment 2 semantic categorization produced a left hemisphere advantage in the hearing for words but not pictures whereas in the deaf words and signs but not pictures showed a right hemisphere advantage. 1989-06-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
G Sanders, H V Wright, C Elli. Cerebral lateralization of language in deaf and hearing people. Brain and language vol 36 issue 4 1989 2720371 In Experiment 3 the lexical decision and semantic categorization findings were confirmed and both groups showed a right hemisphere advantage for a face/nonface decision task. 1989-06-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
M A Malone, J R Kershner, L Siege. The effects of methylphenidate on levels of processing and laterality in children with attention deficit disorder. Journal of abnormal child psychology vol 16 issue 4 1989 3221029 Effects of stimulant medication (methylphenidate) on levels (feature, name, semantic) of word processing by the left and right hemisphere were assessed in 31 attention-deficit-disordered children. 1989-03-22 2022-01-07 Not clear
Y Joanette, P Goulet, G Le Dorz. Impaired word naming in right-brain-damaged right-handers: error types and time-course analyses. Brain and language vol 34 issue 1 1988 3382933 Given that efficient exploration of semantic knowledge is important for lexico-semantic functioning, the present results suggest that the right hemisphere contributes to some aspects of lexico-semantic processing necessary for language production. 1988-07-29 2022-01-07 human
P Gallois, E Ovelacq, P Hautecoeur, J F Dereu. [Disconnection and recognition of faces. A case with lesions of the left visual cortex and the splenium]. Revue neurologique vol 144 issue 2 1988 3381046 This phenomenon is discussed in terms of disconnection: the right hemisphere sending information from the semantic field evoked by her own face, through the anterior part of the corpus callosum, to the left hemisphere. 1988-07-28 2022-01-07 Not clear
C Villardit. Verbal memory and semantic clustering in right brain-damaged patients. Neuropsychologia vol 25 issue 1B 1987 3574664 These results suggest an impairment of semantic clustering processes after right hemisphere damage. 1987-06-17 2022-01-07 human
Y Joanette, P Goule. Criterion-specific reduction of verbal fluency in right brain-damaged right-handers. Neuropsychologia vol 24 issue 6 1987 3808295 Results showed that subjects with a vascular lesion limited to the right hemisphere do show a statistically significant reduction of verbal fluency as compared to controls, that this reduction in verbal fluency is only present when the criterion is semantic, and that such a reduction is independent from the frontal or non-frontal topography of the lesion. 1987-03-10 2022-01-07 human
C Chiarell. Hemisphere dynamics in lexical access: automatic and controlled priming. Brain and language vol 26 issue 1 1985 4052742 These results imply hemisphere differences in lexical organization, with orthographic and semantic relationships available to the right hemisphere, and phonological and semantic relations available to the left hemisphere. 1985-12-16 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Regard, T Landi. Experimentally induced semantic paralexias in normals: a property of the right hemisphere. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 20 issue 2 1984 6744895 Experimentally induced semantic paralexias in normals: a property of the right hemisphere. 1984-09-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
M Regard, T Landi. Experimentally induced semantic paralexias in normals: a property of the right hemisphere. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 20 issue 2 1984 6744895 These semantic substitutions occurred three times more often to LVF (right hemisphere) than to RVF (left hemisphere) presentations, whereas other errors were observed with similar frequency to both visual fields. 1984-09-19 2022-01-07 Not clear
M S Gazzaniga, C S Smylie, K Baynes, W Hirst, C McClear. Profiles of right hemisphere language and speech following brain bisection. Brain and language vol 22 issue 2 1984 6430465 Right hemisphere lexical capacity varied and preliminary results suggest that the case displaying greater semantic power also possessed some syntactic competence. 1984-09-11 2022-01-07 Not clear
C A Mateer, R L Rapport, C Kettric. Cerebral organization of oral and signed language responses: case study evidence from amytal and cortical stimulation studies. Brain and language vol 21 issue 1 1984 6697166 Lateralization was mixed but complementary in each language mode: the right hemisphere perfusion severely disrupted motoric aspects of both types of language expression, the left hemisphere perfusion specifically disrupted features of grammatical and semantic usage in each mode of expression. 1984-04-24 2022-01-07 Not clear
T Hatt. Visual field differences in semantic comparative judgments with digits and Kanji stimulus materials. Neuropsychologia vol 21 issue 6 1984 6198597 These results were interpreted as providing support for the proposal that there are two types of semantic comparative judgments, one relying on the verbal code and the other relying on the use of imagery, and suggesting that the former calls for stronger engagement of the left hemisphere while the latter calls for a stronger contribution from the right hemisphere. 1984-03-12 2022-01-07 human
T V Chernigovskaya, L J Balonov, V L Degli. Bilingualism and brain functional asymmetry. Brain and language vol 20 issue 2 1984 6227372 It was established that in such a bilingual type the right hemisphere is concerned with the formation of deep semantic structures of the native language while the left hemisphere is responsible for the formation of second language deep structures and of surface structures of both languages. 1984-01-27 2022-01-07 Not clear
J J Sidtis, B T Volpe, D H Wilson, M Rayport, M S Gazzanig. Variability in right hemisphere language function after callosal section: evidence for a continuum of generative capacity. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience vol 1 issue 3 1981 7264722 While the right hemisphere language systems in both patients were shown to be capable of semantic information processing, they differed in their abilities to process phonetic information, follow verbal commands, and produce linguistic responses. 1981-10-29 2022-01-07 Not clear
J J Sidtis, B T Volpe, J D Holtzman, D H Wilson, M S Gazzanig. Cognitive interaction after staged callosal section: evidence for transfer of semantic activation. Science (New York, N.Y.) vol 212 issue 4492 1981 6782673 After the initial posterior section was made, there was no evidence of interhemispheric sensory transfer, although the left hemisphere did have access to stimulus-related semantic and episodic information from the right hemisphere. 1981-05-26 2022-01-07 Not clear
K M Heilman, L Rothi, D Campanella, S Wolfso. Wernicke's and global aphasia without alexia. Archives of neurology vol 36 issue 3 1979 435133 We propose that the right hemisphere in some individuals may be capable of extracting semantic information from iconic images (ideogram) without phonological processing. 1979-06-29 2022-01-07 Not clear
D Elghozi, E Strube, J L Signoret, J Cambier, F Lhermitt. [Quasi-aphasia associated with thalamic lesions: relation between the language disorder and elective activation of the left hemisphere in 4 cases of left and right thalamic lesions]. Revue neurologique vol 134 issue 10 1979 749118 The semantic paraphasia could be related to the intrusion of the right hemisphere apparatus into language, because of the lack of balance between the activation of each of the two hemispheres. 1979-06-29 2022-01-09 Not clear
G Gainotti, C Caltagirone, G Micel. Semantic disorders of auditory language comprehension in right brain-damaged patients. Journal of psycholinguistic research vol 8 issue 1 1979 423145 Confirmation of the hypothesis was obtained, but the relationship between semantic errors and lesion of the right hemisphere did not seem a simple and direct one. 1979-05-23 2022-01-07 Not clear
J Da. Right-hemisphere language processing in normal right-handers. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance vol 3 issue 3 1977 886282 Experiments 2 and 3 demonstrated the right hemisphere's ability to detect semantic relationships between concrete nouns and their superordinate categories. 1977-09-22 2022-01-09 Not clear
J Levy, C Trevarthe. Perceptual, semantic and phonetic aspects of elementary language processes in split-brain patients. Brain : a journal of neurology vol 100 Pt 1 issue 1977 861710 We found that the right hemisphere was dominant for the visual recognition of words when no semantic or phonetic decoding was required. 1977-07-29 2022-01-07 Not clear
C Heeschen, R J\\xc3\\xbcrgen. Pragmatic-semantic and syntactic factors influencing ear differences in dichotic listening. Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior vol 13 issue 1 1977 844310 But it is possible that the two hemispheres differ in the manner in which they make use of semantic structures: the left hemisphere in a selective manner, appropriate for the solution of a specific task, and the right hemisphere in a more diffuse and global manner. 1977-05-12 2022-01-07 Not clear
J B Hellig. Hemispheric processing differences revealed by differential conditioning and reaction time performance. Journal of experimental psychology. General vol 104 issue 4 1976 1194859 More importantly, the conditioning performance of Cs was more influenced by the semantic attributes of the stimuli when they were presented directly to the right visual field (left hemisphere) than when they were presented directly to the left visual field (right hemisphere). 1976-02-09 2022-01-07 human
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