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1987

AUTHORS

Joan C. Borod, Margaret A. Naeser

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CT Scan Lesions and Language Behavior in Left-handed Aphasia Cases: Observation of Separate Hemispheric Dominances for Handedness, Speech Output and/or Comprehension

ABSTRACT

Study of the relationship between handedness and aphasia dates back at least to the time of Broca (1865). Hécaen and Sauguet (1971) observed left-handers to recover more rapidly from aphasia than right-handers; Gloning and Quateraber (1966) observed left-handers to have more transient aphasia. Brown and Hécaen (1976) reported left-handers fell into less clear-cut diagnostic categories of aphasia and Goodglass and Quadfasel (1954) reported less hemisphere specialization for language in left-handers than right-handers. Gloning et al. (1969), however, found no significant difference in language of left-handed (LH) or right-handed (RH) aphasics with similar left hemisphere lesions.

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