The Dual Brain: Hemispheric Specialization in Humans (UCLA Forum in Medical Sciences, Number 26)

By: Benson, D. Frank; Zaidel, Eran

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First edition.Jacket toned. 1985 Hard Cover. xviii, 430 pp. First edition. UCLA Forum in Medical Sciences, Number 26. Contributors to this volume have investigated and demonstrated a number of processes that function asymmetrically within the two hemispheres of the brain. This includes research concerning the extent to which cerebral hemispheres constitute distinct and complete cognitive systems with different perceptions, memories, problem-solving strategies, and personalities. The wide-ranging implications, as well as the apparent limitations, of dual brain theory are covered in detail, including its application to education, linguistics, the sociology of knowledge, psychiatry, medicine, and the arts.Keywords: FIRST EDITION MEDICAL MEDICINE BRAIN SCIENCE CEREBRAL

Title: The Dual Brain: Hemispheric Specialization in Humans (UCLA Forum in Medical Sciences, Number 26)

Author: Benson, D. Frank; Zaidel, Eran

Categories: Science, Medical,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: The Guilford Press: 1985

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

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