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cerebral hemisphere

[sə′rē·brəl ′hem·ə‚sfir]
(cell and molecular biology)
Either of the two lateral halves of the cerebrum.
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Brain hemisphere differences in psi-influenced reaction time [Abstract].
The brainwaves are analyzed using NeuroWave's proprietary WAVCNS (Wavelet Analysis Value for Central Nervous System) index, providing clinicians with the second-by-second brain status and trends for both brain hemispheres.
After a stroke blocks blood to the brain, some regions of the affected brain hemisphere become less active, while some areas on the healthy side of the brain become more active.
Here's how these three factors combine to create a brain hemisphere imbalance.
Brain hemisphere is involved here in that the left side appears to move logically in a planned sequence.
Notably, patients with severe, unilateral carotid stenosis showed cognitive impairments for functions linked with the brain hemisphere that received its blood supply from an occluded carotid, while the same people with an unimpeded contralateral carotid showed no impairment on cognitive tests that tested their contralateral brain function, said Dr.
When we employ mindfulness, these practices engage our right brain hemisphere, which is associated with increased activity in the prefrontal cortex, specifically the area associated with feeling happy.
They also discuss the clinical implications of ocular dominance, which cannot be reliably predicted from hand or brain hemisphere dominance.
12) The amygdala actually consists of two sets of nuclei (clusters of cell bodies)--one set in each brain hemisphere.
The involvement of the nondominant brain hemisphere is associated with atypical signs and symptoms (5).
An image on the left side of the screen,for instance, would normally be processed in the right brain hemisphere,and vice versa.
An image on the left side of the screen, for instance, would normally be processed in the right brain hemisphere, and vice versa.