Right-lateralized alpha desynchronization during symmetry discrimination (Psychophysiology 2015)

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Description: Wright, D., Makin, A.D.J. & Bertamini, M. (2015). Right-lateralized alpha desynchronization during symmetry discrimination: Hemispheric specialization or directed spatial attention? Psychophysiology. 52, 5, 638-647. doi: 10.1111/psyp.12399

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When actively classifying abstract patterns according to their regularity, alpha desynchronization (ERD) becomes right lateralized over posterior brain areas. This could reflect temporary enhancement of contralateral visual inputs and specifically a shift of attention to the left, or right hemisphere specialization for regularity discrimination. This study tested these competing hypotheses. Twenty...

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