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No strong evidence for lateralisation of word reading and face recognition deficits following posterior brain injury
Journal of Cognitive Psychology
Face recognition and word reading are thought to be mediated by relatively independent cognitive systems lateralised to the right and left hemispheres, respectively. In this case, we should expect a higher incidence of face recognition problems in patients with right hemisphere injury and a higher incidence of reading problems in patients with left hemisphere injury. We tested this hypothesis in a group of 31 patients with unilateral right or left hemisphere infarcts in the territory of thedoi:10.1080/20445911.2014.928713 fatcat:bgqjac2skvekpplpwyf4t6ud6y