What is the lateralization?

Jeffrey Peter, M.D. kidsdoc2000 at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 28 10:00:30 EST 1999


This means that some things the brain does involve one side of the brain
than the other. For example, lanquage is processed more on the left side of
the brain than the right side and emotions are processed more on the right
side of the brain than the left.

Jeff Utz

Park, Seungjae wrote in message <381862FD.383F at uni-bielefeld.de>...
>It is often said that our brain is lateralized but
>any others, for example Mouse, is not so.
>What does it mean?
>
>Thanks in advance,
>
>Seungjae.
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