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Hemispheric and attentional effects on the transmission of somatosensory information

Oldfield, Simon Robert


The initial aim of the present studies was to determine whether information processing rates could be facilitated as a result of dividing information load between hemispheres as opposed to projecting it solely into one hemisphere. A Choice Reaction Time (CRT) paradigm was chosen as being a suitable method of measuring processing capacity and as such, of testing the question under investigation. The lateralisation of stimuli (S) and responses (R) was achieved by using tactile delivered to...[Show more]

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Date published: 2013-09-26
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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