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It was not evident when the average weight of the right cerebral hemisphere and the total volume of the right striatum were compared between groups (Table 4).
Bogen, decided to treat intractable multifocal epilepsy by cutting the main fibre tracts linking the two cerebral hemispheres, with the primary intent of preventing the development of full-blown seizures.
Rasmussen's syndrome (RS) is a progressive neurologic disease characterized by intractable partial epilepsy, ipsilateral focal neurologic deficits, and atrophy of the congruent cerebral hemisphere with histopathologic evidence of chronic encephalitis in the form of perivascular chronic inflammation, microglial nodules, and neuronal loss.
This study, CL1-Ganzfeld, was designed with this aim in mind--to examine if a relationship between cerebral hemisphere dominance and ESP performance exists.
This groove rounds into a tube that subsequently divides into a paired set of cerebral hemispheres and an unpaired brainstem.
The study of the functional asymmetry of the cerebral hemispheres for the performance of auditory tasks has held the attention of researchers for several decades.
Lateralization is characterized by the limiting of some function to one side of the brain or only one cerebral hemisphere. Evidence associated with the work of Broca and Wernicke led to the basic assumption that certain anatomical structures responsible for the reception and production of language/speech are located in the left cerebral hemisphere.
Torrance (1982) defined hemisphericity "as the tendency for a person to rely more on one than the other cerebral hemisphere in processing information" (p.
5) and to assess the amount of cross filling to the contralateral cerebral hemisphere.
On the other hand complex integration mechanisms have been suggested for sensory-motor function whereby the left cerebral hemisphere may be especially important for controlling ballistic functions, and the right cerebral hemisphere in so-called sensory dependent processing [17-20].
The right cerebral hemisphere: Emotion, music, visual-spatial skill, body-image, dreams and awareness.
By 1934, Josef Klingler developed a cerebral hemisphere preparation technique based on formalin fixation and freezing to isolate the cerebral tracts.