Laterality Effects in Visual Object Recognition

 

Eric E. Cooper & Brian E. Brooks

 

Currently, we are investigating the possibility that certain types of objects are recognized using different areas of the brain. Specifically, our hypothesis is that the right hemisphere of the brain is better at recognizing some plants and animals while other types of objects will not show a marked right hemisphere advantage.

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Click here to see how we are testing our hypothesis