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Poffenberger Paradigm

The Poffenberger Paradigm as describted in Berlucchi et al (1971).


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References

Poffenberger. A. T. (1912) Reaction time to retinal stimulation with special reference to the time lost in conduction through nerve centers. Archs Psychol. , 23,1-73.

Berlucchi, G., Heron, W., Hyman, R., Rizzolatti, G., & Umilta, C. (1971). Simple reaction times of ipsilateral and contralateral hand to a lateralized visual stimulus. Brain, 94, 419–430.

Berlucchi, G. (August 01, 1995). Corpus callosum and simple visuomotor integration. Neuropsychologia, 33, 8, 923-936.

Iacoboni, M., & Zaidel, E. (January 01, 1995). Channels of the corpus callosum. Evidence from simple reaction times to lateralized flashes in the normal and the split brain. Brain : a Journal of Neurology, 118, 779-88.

Marzi, C. A. (January 01, 1999). The Poffenberger paradigm: a first, simple, behavioural tool to study interhemispheric transmission in humans - Evidence from simple reaction times to lateralized flashes in the normal and the split brain. Brain Research Bulletin, 50, 421-422.

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