interhemispheric integration

interhemispheric integration

[¦in·tər‚hem·ə′sfir·ik ‚int·ə′grā·shən]
(psychology)
The process by which information is exchanged between the cerebral hemispheres.
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The white-matter tracts in the corpus callosum connect the bilateral hemispheres of the brain and facilitate interhemispheric integration and communication [15].
Muller-Oehring, "Contribution of callosal connections to the interhemispheric integration of visuomotor and cognitive processes," Neuropsychology Review, vol.
Banich, "Interhemispheric integration in psychopathic offenders," Neuropsychology, vol.
However, in the group of fathers, this relationship was not found, which could indicate a lack of interhemispheric integration of the information.
The corpus callosum (CC) connects the cerebral hemispheres and provides for interhemispheric integration and transfer of information.
Lassonde, "Sensory and motor interhemispheric integration after section of different portions of the anterior corpus callosum in nonepileptic patients," Neurosurgery, vol.
This result seemed clearly to reflect interhemispheric integration, since there is no apparent motion within each visual hemifield.
Narratives not only carry and communicate our "implicitly remembering minds," they also require and facilitate referential activity via interhemispheric integration. The left hemisphere is associated with verbal, symbolic (or rational) processing.
Before proceeding any further, it should be noted that the tasks performed by the CC within the framework of interhemispheric integration as well as the physiological mechanisms implementing these tasks remain to be studied further.
In adults, these activations correlate with interhemispheric EEG synchronization [98, 99] and, therefore, can be considered a neural substrate of interhemispheric integration.
This modulation of BOLD signal manifested by the networks presumably involved in the interhemispheric integration was correlated with the myelination of the splenial system of fibers [38].
The visual interhemispheric integration task described in the previous section is wellsuited for modeling effective connectivity since its neural substrate is a relatively restricted network, the nodes of which can be clearly identified, and the effects of the stimuli can be described in terms of factorial design.
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