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Module Reading List

One Brain, Two Hemispheres, 2017/18, Semester 2
Jean-Francois Delvenne
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Annett, M. (1998). Handedness and cerebral dominance: The right shift theory. Journal of neuropsychiatry and clinical neurosciences , 10(4), 459-469.
Corballis, M.C. (2003). From mouth to hand: Gesture, speech, and the evolution of right-handedness. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.  , 26, 199–260.
Laland, K.N. (2008). Exploring gene–culture interactions: insights from handedness, sexual selection and niche-construction case studies. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. B.  (2008) 363, 3577–3589.
McManus, I. C. (1999). Handedness, cerebral lateralization, and the evolution of language. In Corballis, M.C. & Lea, S.E.G. (Eds), The descent of mind : psychological perspectives on hominid evolution . New York, NY, US: Oxford University Press, pp. 194-217. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva
Provins, K. A. (1997). Handedness and speech: A critical reappraisal of the role of genetic and environmental factors in the cerebral lateralization of function. Psychological review. , 104(3), 554-571.
Klepousniotou E., Gracco V.L., and Pike G.B. (2014). Pathways to lexical ambiguity: fMRI evidence for bilateral fronto-parietal involvement in language processing. Brain and language. , 131, 56-64.
Wilson, B. & Petkov, C.I. (2011). Communication and the primate brain: Insights from neuroimaging studies in humans, chimpanzees and macaques. Human biology., 83(2), 175-189.
Sommer, I.E.C. (2013). Sex differences in handedness, brain asymmetry, and language lateralization. In Hugdhal, K. & Westerhausen, R. (Eds). The two halves of the brain : information processing in the cerebral hemispheres . Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Frassinetti, F., Angeli, V., Meneghello, F., Avanzi, S., & Làdavas, E. (2002). Long-lasting amelioration of visuospatial neglect by prism adaptation. Brain. , 125, 608-623.
Kerkhoff, G. (2001). Spatial hemineglect in Humans. Progress in neurobiology.  , 63, 1-27.
Vallar, G. (1998). Spatial hemineglect in humans. Trends in cognitive sciences.  , 2 , 87-95.
Gazzaniga, M.S. (2005). Forty-five years of split-brain research and still going strong. Nature reviews : neuroscience. , 6(8) , 653-659.
Luck, S. J., Hillyard, S. A., Mangun, G. R., & Gazzaniga, M. S. (1994). Independent attentional scanning in the separated hemispheres of split-brain patients. Journal of cognitive neuroscience.  , 6 , 84-91.
Wolman, D. (2012). A tale of two halves. Nature. , 483 , 260-263.

Schlaug, G., Jancke, L., Huang, Y., Staiger, J. F., & Steinmetz, H. (1995). Increased corpus callosum size in musicians. Neuropsychologia., 33(8), 1047–1055

Chiarello, C. & Maxfield, L. (1996). Varieties of interhemispheric inhibition, or how to keep a good hemisphere down. Brain and cognition. , 30 , 81-108.
Lakmache, Y., Lassonde, M., Gauthier, S., Frigon, J.Y., & Lepore, F. (1998). Inter-hemispheric disconnection syndrome in Alzheimer’s disease. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.  , 95 , 9042–9046.
Daselaar, S. M., & Cabeza, R. (2004). Age-related changes in hemispheric organization. In R. Cabeza, L. Nyberg, & D. C. Park (Eds.), Cognitive neuroscience of aging : linking cognitive and cerebral aging (pp. 325-331). New York: Oxford University Press.  Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva
Delvenne, J.-F., Castronovo, J., Demeyere, N., & Humphreys, G. W. (2011). Bilateral Field Advantage in Visual Enumeration. PLoS ONE  , 6 (3), e17743.
Delvenne, J. F., & Holt, J. L. (2012). Splitting attention across the two visual fields in visual short-term memory. Cognition : international journal of cognitive science. , 122 (2), 258-263.
Patston, L. L. M., Kirk, I. J., Rolfe, M. H. S., Corballis, M. C., Tippett, L. J. (2007). The unusual symmetry of musicians: Musicians have equilateral interhemispheric transfer for visual information. Neuropsychologia. , 45, 2059-2065.

This list was last updated on 01/02/2017