2 edition of Effect of holistic and non-holistic teaching strategies on cerebral hemispheric laterality found in the catalog.
Effect of holistic and non-holistic teaching strategies on cerebral hemispheric laterality
Thomas Ross Wilson
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas Ross Wilson III.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 119 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||119|
“Cerebral asymmetries in humans are due to the differentiation of two incompatible processes: Holistic and analytic,” Annals of the New York Academy of Science , – Google Scholar Bhatia, K.P. and Marsden, C.D. (). Effects on the Brain Adverse effects of hyponatremia on the brain Neurologic complications in hyponatremia are often due to brain edema that is caused by hyponatremia. Brain edema in hyponatremia is the result of the low extracellular sodium concentration causing water to move from outside the cells to inside the cells to keep the.
The lateralization of brain function is the tendency for some neural functions or cognitive processes to be specialized to one side of the brain or the other. The medial longitudinal fissure separates the human brain into two distinct cerebral hemispheres, connected by the corpus callosum. Although the macrostructure of the two hemispheres appears to be almost identical, different composition of neuronal networks allows for specialized function that is different in each hemisphere. Hemispheric specialization in affective responses, cerebral dominance for language, and handedness Lateralization of emotion, language, and dexterity. Elsa Yolanda Costanzo, Mirta Villarreal, Lucas Javier Drucaroff, Manuel Ortiz-Villafañe, Mariana Nair Castro, Cited by:
The Impact of Hemispheric Dominance on Learning to Read. February 03, 0 Comments. As is often the case when we discuss people in terms of classification, we tend to over generalize and label people. This is certainly the case when discussing right- or left-brain dominance. Putting Hemispheric Asymmetry to Use in Understanding Brain Diseases Harold W. Gordon Epidemiology Research Branch, Division of Epidemiology, Services, and Prevention Research, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Executive Boulevard, Room , Bethesda, MD Cited by: 1.
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Feb 04, · Hemispheric specialization and cerebral duality. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Vol. 6, Issue. 03, p. Serial, parallel or holistic identification of single words in the two visual fields C.
& Boiler, F. () Temporal sequencing of verbal and nonverbal materials: the effect of laterality of lesion. Cortex – [GG Cited by: investigation revealed that the right cerebral hemisphere is to be specialized for primarily non-verbal, holistic, concrete, creative, analogical and aesthetic functions.
For identifying the hemispheric dominance, the ways in which levels at which the information is being processed by the individuals are to be studied.
Brain Hemispheric Author: Parvinder Singh. 1 Hemispheric speech lateralisation in the developing brain is related to motor praxis ability Jessica C. Hodgsona, 1, Rebecca J.
Hirstb and John M. Hudsona aSchool of Psychology, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, LN6 7TS UK bSchool of Psychology, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK 1 Present Address: NIHR Hearing Biomedical Research Unit, Nottingham, NG1 5DU.
Effects of Strategies on Mental Rotation and Hemispheric Lateralization: Neuropsychological Evidence Article in Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 16(5) · July with Reads.
The result of non-holistic learning can be meaningless, non-effective, destructive and therefore 'non-adaptive'. Holistic learning is global learning or 'optimal learning' ('optimalearning') The brain is driven by the instinctive need to search for meaning in the complexity of the environment in which it is immersed.
Feb 05, · Acknowledgments. The authors wish to thank Dr. Nancy Lobaugh for the generous use of her laboratory space and equipment. This work was supported by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Canadian Stroke Network, Canadian Institutes of Health Research Focus on Stroke personnel award to DJG and by a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada operating Cited by: 9.
Cerebral Asymmetries in Humans are Due to the Differentiation of Two Incompatible Processes: Holistic and Analytic. Dec 01, · This study reports two experiments investigating the effects of transcendental meditation on right hemispheric functioning.
The task used in both experiments was the Seashore Tonal Memory Test. In the first experiment a nonmeditator group and an experienced meditator group were run. The design involved three periods: a pretest, a meditation or rest period, and then a posttest.
The results Cited by: The data indicates that this relationship between speech laterality and motor skill was irrespective of direction of hand preference, and thus given the left hemisphere’s specialism for sequential response ordering in both the left and right hands (Serrien and Sovijarvi-Spape,Kotz and Schwartze, ), it is possible to conclude that Cited by: Similarly, both cerebral blood flow and electroencephalography (EEG) studies in humans show reliable individual differences in hemispheric arousal in response to cognitive tasks, where increased left-hemisphere arousal optimizes verbal skills and right-hemisphere arousal has a similar effect on spatial skills (Dabbs & Choo, ; Gur & Reivich, ).
Jan 28, · Hemispheric differences in the effects of Pb, stress, or the combination on neurotransmitter levels. To determine whether Pb ± PS effects differed by hemisphere in males, RMANOVAs were first carried out using Pb and PS as between-group factors and hemisphere (left or right) as a within-group factor in nonbehaviorally trained io-holding.com by: Hemispheric Lateralization: Are You Left- or Right-Brained.
Michelle B. Kunz, Morehead State University, using online resources from a web page designed by Mark Templeton, Ph.D., part of a MERLOT learning object and an online Hemispheric Dominance Inventory Test by Intelegen Inc.
Two measures Of individual differences in hemispheric lateralization were collected: 1) the Taggert and Torrance Human Information Processing Survey () that taps dominance for engaging in one, both or neither forms of hemispheric processing, and, 2) a 7 item scale developed by Hirschman () again, to assess Hemispheric Lateralization.
Nov 12, · This book explores the nature of the control of language processing by the hemispheres of the neocortex. The author expounds a novel hypothesis, “The Focusing Hypothesis”, which holds that language processing in the brain is achieved through analytic and holistic systems, the former through left and the latter through right hemisphere io-holding.com: The Hemispheric Specialization of the Human Brain 5 infants.
Battro (24) found logical and spatial operations (as measured by Piagetian tests) to be lateralized in opposite hemispheres in children years of age. Right hemisphere specialization for tactile-spatial processing in 4- and 5-year-olds were.
The Effect of Right and Left Hemispheric Lesions on Effortful and Automatic Memory Tasks io-holding.com Bar-Ilan University, Israel The effect of lateralised cerebral damage on two memory tasksÐ free recall of words and memory of their temporal orderÐ was investigated under intentional, of the left cerebral hemisphere, while automatic.
In lateralization the left hemisphere and right hemispheres of the brain have very different functions, but they communicate with each other through their physical connections. An example of lateralization is language. For most people language function is located in the left hemisphere of the brain, particularly for right-handed people.
The two hemispheres are connected through nerve fibres called the corpus callosum, which facilitate interhemispheric communication: allowing the left and right hemispheres to ‘talk to’ one another.
Split-Brain Research Sperry and Gazzaniga () were the first to investigate hemispheric lateralisation with the use of split-brain patients.
Cerebral hemispheric lateralization alludes to the localization of brain function on either the right or left sides of the brain. Recent research indicates that it is encoded at the level of axon terminal morphology.
Incidentally, this lateralization is not confined to only the cerebral cortices, but. Functionally most complex part of the brain and the most recen Gyro and sulci (folds and grooves) that increase the surface a In most people the left hemisphere is m Analytical reasoning Numerical and scientific skills The right hemisphere is more important Spatial and pattern perception.
Mar 16, · Thus, the lack of N1m laterality for binaural stimulation is mainly a group effect, whereas most individuals showed N1m lateralization toward left or right hemisphere. Using data from different subject groups prevented any intra-individual pairwise comparison of laterality io-holding.com by: Feb 01, · Investigations of hemispheric differences in word-meaning processing combine semantic priming with divided visual field (dvf) presentation.
In dvf presentation, visual stimuli are presented to the side of one visual field so that stimulus information initially reaches only the contralateral io-holding.com by: 9.more complicated, there is less dominance in one hemisphere in deaf sub jects. However, Wilson () suggested that this finding is a strategy effect unrelated to cerebral dominance and that subjects presented with bilateral stimuli decide to either shadow the right or left channel.
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