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IMPACT DES LÉSIONS HÉMISPHÉRIQUES GAUCHES, DROITES ET BILATÉRALES SUR LA SÉMANTIQUE DES MOTS

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The conception according to which the left hemisphere is dominant for the language finds its origin in the clinical study of aphasic patients. However, since the 1960s, the role of the right hemisphere for the language processing, and in particular for semantics of the words, is better known because the study of right brain damaged patients. In order to investigate the

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