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  • Author:
    Robert Efron
  • ISBN:
    0805807160
  • ISBN13:
    978-0805807165
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    Psychology Press; 1 edition (June 1, 1990)
  • Pages:
    134 pages
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    Medicine
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Life After Hemispheric Specialization. Dr. Efron must be applauded for the creation of such a brilliant work. This book will prove invaluable to any teacher who aims to help students understand hemispheric specialization and would also serve as an excellent supplemental text for any course in neuropsychology. The Psychological Record presents a focused, intense critique of the presently popular assumption that left and right performance asymmetries reflect hemispheric specialization.

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Providing a personal overview of hemispheric differences in human cognitive activity, Professor Efron is selective in his presentation of significant issues. To ensure a balanced overview, references are made to many books, review articles, and research reports that present opposing positions. Although additional material has been included in this book, the informal style of the oral presentation has not been altered. This volume may be perceived as a report of one man's opinion; however, the conclusions may reflect the views of a "silent majority" of cognitive neuroscientists.