Information processing deficits in hydrocephalic and letter reversal children
Hydrocephalic, letter reversal and normal children were tested with a tactile matching-to-simple task, a tachistoscopic matching-to-sample task, and a dichotic listening paradigm. For hydrocephalics, intrahemispheric as well as interhemispheric errors occurred; the partial callosal hypothesis was not supported. Letter reversal children demonstrated an interhemispheric deficit only in tactile performance. © 1982.
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Zeiner, Harriet K. and Prigatano, George P., "Information processing deficits in hydrocephalic and letter reversal children" (1982). Clinical Neuropsychology. 207.