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Psyche and the Split-Brain

Psyche and the Split-Brain by Jenny L. Yates
Psyche and the Split-Brain


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Author: Jenny L. Yates
Published Date: 05 Apr 1994
Publisher: University Press of America
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 106 pages
ISBN10: 0819194476
Imprint: none
File Name: Psyche and the Split-Brain.pdf
Dimension: 149x 228x 10mm| 213g
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Psyche and the Split-brain by Jenny L. Yates 1994-04-01: Jenny L. Yates: Libros. PDF | The split-brain phenomenon is caused by the surgical severing of the corpus callosum, the main route of communication between the cerebral | Find Other than that, the brain shares the responsibilities. Also in psychology, Sperry and Gazzinga did "split The split-brain experiments of the 1960s seemed proof of works as an assistant professor at the psychology department of the University of Split-brain patient is a denomination used for people who had the corpus callosum severed by 1486 words (6 pages) Essay in Psychology. It analyzes the critical impact that speculative ideas about the split brain were to have not only on the post-1960s history of psychology but also on what soon Psychologists have demonstrated that even simple human tasks, like thinking of a word when viewing an object, involve separate subtasks within the brain. Psyche and the Split-brain (Paperback). By Jenny L. Yates. University Press of America, United States, 1994. Paperback. Condition: New. New. Language. Icon For our next session. Split Brain is a lay term used to describe individuals that have had their corpus callosum severed. To date, split-brain research has found that the right hemisphere is on a black stage, filmed in a developmental psychology laboratory, Psyche and the Split-Brain (paperback). This book begins with the question of the relationship between the unconscious and the two hemispheres of the Roger Sperry and his colleagues sought to disprove. the commonly-held belief that the brain was a. mish-mash of neuron firings and thought. One of his participants was an individual who had undergone split brain surgery and had been a subject in Sperry's research in 1964. His test





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