3 edition of The Right Hemisphere found in the catalog.
The Right Hemisphere
by Gordon & Breach Science Pub
Written in English
|Contributions||Alfredo Ardila (Editor), Feggy Ostrosky-Solis (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
The right brain hemisphere is associated with creativity, intuition, emotion and abstract thought and is represented by the feminine, yin energy of life. The left brain hemisphere is associated with being analytical, methodical, objective, and discriminating . On the other hand, the right hemisphere reasoned holistically, recognised patterns, and interpreted emotions and non-verbal expressions. With the various research carried out on the brain’s.
The clear differences in language function between the left and right hemispheres have naturally inspired neurologists and neuropsychologists to find a structural correlate of this behavioral asymmetry. One hemispheric difference that has received much attention over the years was identified in the late s by Norman Geschwind and his colleagues at Harvard Medical School, who found an Author: Dale Purves, George J Augustine, David Fitzpatrick, Lawrence C Katz, Anthony-Samuel LaMantia, James. As fun as the right brain left brain theory is to think about, it has since been labeled as one of the great myths of the brain. In reality, both hemispheres of our brain work together for a variety of tasks, including creative and logical : Marion Boddy-Evans.
It is concerned with analyzing, planning, evaluating and judging the world around us. It processes information related to language, math, logical reasoning, and it connects the self to the past and the future. In contrast, the right hemisphere is the feeling side of the brain. The right hemisphere is generally more creative and intuitive. A brain scientist discovered Nirvana--or inner peace--in the right side of the brain. Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a Harvard-trained brain scientist who suffered a stroke in –at the age of 37–in the left hemisphere of her brain. She spoke of her experience at the TED Conference and wrote a memoir titled “My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist’s Personal Journey”.
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Right Hemisphere: Emotion, Language, Music, Visual-Spatial Skills, Confabulation, Body-Image, Facial Recognition, Dreams, Consciousness -8 The right & left cerebral hemisphere -9 Left hemisphere overview Broca s aphasia Aphasia & depression Wernicke s area Right hemisphere & /5(8).
The Right Hemisphere and Disorders of Cognition and Communication: Theory and Clinical Practice provides a comprehensive review of right hemisphere cognitive and communication functions for practicing clinicians and graduate students. It also serves to broaden the understanding of right hemisphere disorders (RHD) within the field of speech-language pathology (SLP).5/5(2).
Right Hemisphere: Emotion, Language, Music, Visual-Spatial Skills, Confabulation, Body-Image, Facial Recognition, Dreams, Consciousness -8 The right & left cerebral The Right Hemisphere book -9 Left hemisphere overview Broca’s aphasia Aphasia & depression Wernicke’s area Right hemisphere /5(8).
Ornstein's book The Right Mind deals with split-brain studies and other experiments or clinical evidence revealing the abilities of the right cerebral by: TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.
Right Hemisphere: Emotion, Language, Music, Visual-Spatial Skills, Confabulation, Body-Image, Facial Recognition, Dreams, Consciousness -8 The right & left cerebral hemisphere -9 Left hemisphere overview Broca’s aphasia Aphasia & depression Wernicke’s area Right hemisphere & language. Comprehension & expression of emotional speech Right /5.
Language, Aphasia and the Right Hemisphere book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A critical review of the role of the brain righ Author: Chris Code. The book covers topics such as the visuospatial abilities of the right hemisphere; the analysis of basic perceptual properties; its creation and operation on representations; studies on the function of the right hemisphere in relation to music; and the language capabilities of the right hemisphere.
This breakthrough book presents, for the first time, the scientific underpinnings of the unconscious. Whereas clinical psychologists embrace the world of the mind and neuroscientists examine the physiology of the brain, neither approach alone can adequately explain the magnificent nuances of this remarkable organ or the realm of the by: Is "right-brain" thought essentially creative, and "left-brain" strictly logical.
Joseph B. Hellige argues that this view is far too simplistic. Surveying extensive data in the field of cognitive science, he disentangles scientific facts from popular assumptions about the brain's two hemispheres.
In Hemispheric Asymmetry, Hellige explains that the "right brain" and "left brain" are actually. Member Logon. Member Logon. Peggy’s book. The literature on normal right hemisphere function has boomed— much of it after investigators who were interested in left brain functioning saw the right hemisphere activation in their investigations of the brain bases of nor-mal language and cognitive processes.
Theory and evidence about right hemi. Cognitive Processing in the Right Hemisphere discusses different theories and concepts involved in the cognitive function of the right hemisphere. After a short introduction to the potential of the right hemisphere, the book goes on to further discuss the subject matter in four parts.
The right hemisphere of the brain controls the left side of the body. Any injuries on the right side of the brain could result in left-sided weakness. Any injuries on the right side of the brain could result in left-sided weakness.
Authors In Right Hemisphere Stroke, Fred Johnson describes in vivid prose the onset of his devastating stroke and the obstacles he overcame during his therapy, giving a patient's view of a first-class rehabilitation institute. Johnson pays particular attention to the personality changes and the problems of disorientation he experienced.
In the same interview, the author explains: "Some very subtle research by David McNeill, amongst others, confirms that thought originates in the right hemisphere, is processed for expression in speech by the left hemisphere, and the meaning integrated again by the right (which alone understands the overall meaning of a complex utterance, taking everything into account)."Author: Iain McGilchrist.
Books shelved as eastern-hemisphere: The House of Sixty Fathers by Meindert DeJong, The Big Wave by Pearl S. Buck, Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton. Right hemisphere lesions frequently involve absence of awareness (or “inattention”) of stimuli in the left visual field.
Patients may fail to eat food on the left side of their plate or may consistently bump into objects to their left (see chapter 5).A common way of investigating such hemispatial neglect is by asking a patient to either draw or copy an object or by means of cancelation.
The Lateralized Brain: The Neuroscience and Evolution of Hemispheric Asymmetries is an up-to-date teaching resource for neuroscience faculty members that teach courses concerning hemispheric asymmetries. The book provides students with all relevant information on the subject, while also giving aspiring researchers in the field an up-to-date.
A challenge to left hemisphere language dominance. The neurological axiom of an exclusive left hemisphere preeminence in language was fundamentally challenged by behavioral studies with callosotomy patients ().In the “split-brain” syndrome, unilateral sensory input is transmitted to the contralateral hemisphere, where, due to the lack of interhemispheric connections, it cannot be shared Cited by: Left Hemisphere: Mapping Contemporary Theory Today is a robust survey of critical theory in the 20th and early 21st century.
Principally, Razmig Keucheyan traces the developments in Marxist thought, anti-Marxist thought, and emancipatory theory and the way those developments underpin the work of /5. About Right Hemisphere Brain Damage.
Right hemisphere brain damage, or RHD, is damage to the right side of the brain. Our brains have two sides, or hemispheres. In most people, language skills are in the left side of the brain. The right side controls attention, memory, reasoning, and problem solving.
However, to our surprise, it was the right hemisphere that elicited imagery-related brain activity to "green book" compared to "interesting book." Thus, although the left hemisphere is clearly.The Right Hemisphere Language Battery by Karen Bryan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.