Inconsistent lateralisation of language functions: a risk factor for language impairment?

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Description: This project investigated within individual variability in lateralisation across different language tasks, and tested the hypothesis that inconsistent lateralisation is associated with poorer language functioning. We measured lateralisation for three different language tasks within the same individuals using fTCD, and administered a comprehensive language assessment battery with the same participants. This was tested in a large sample (n = 104) of individuals, with an overrepresentation of individuals with a developmental disorder affecting language (n = 67).

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Overview This OSF project contains: Preregistration documentation Task scripts and stimuli Data Analysis scripts Preregistration This project was pre-registered on OSF prior to commencement of data collection: https://osf.io/fvhxq/register/565fb3678c5e4a66b5582f67 All deviations from the pre-registered protocol will be described in the manuscript for this study. Task scripts and stimuli 3 com...

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    Task scripts used for three language tasks for laterality measurement with fTCD. The tasks run in Psychtoolbox, in Matlab.

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    Data files used for analyses reported on in the manuscript.

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    Analysis scripts used to analyse B1 data.

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