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Split-Brain Functioning

History, Basic Anatomy And Brain Functioning, Methods Of Study, Anatomical Asymmetries, Handedness, Functional Asymmetries

Split-brain functioning refers to how the two cerebral hemispheres of the brain are involved to different degrees in certain psychological and behavioral functions. In the normal brain the two hemispheres work together in a coordinated manner and these differences in functioning complement one another. The division of psychological and behavioral functions between the two cerebral hemispheres can be referred to as functional lateralization, asymmetry, or brain laterality.

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