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Hemispheric Differences in the Recognition of Environmental Sounds
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
In the visual domain, Marsolek and colleagues have found evidence for two dissociable and parallel neural subsystems underlying object recognition: an abstractcategory subsystem that operates more effectively in the LH and is less sensitive to specific surface characteristics of the stimuli, and a specific-exemplar subsystem that operates more effectively in the RH and is more sensitive to specific stimulus characteristics. In the present study, we tested this hypothesis in the auditory domaindoi:10.1121/1.2935197 fatcat:5nvixzkkw5csvigqj4dbplzvfy