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Alternative TitleEffect of differential process on the degree of lateralization during Chinese language processing
董宗旺; 董国珍; 于薇; 翟洪昌; 张兆琪; 翁旭初
Keyword偏侧化 磁共振成像 词汇命名 功能性 动词产生
Subject Area心理语言学
Source Publication中国医学影像技术
Indexed By中文核心期刊要目总览 ASPT来源刊 CJFD收录刊
Funding Project国家自然科学基金资助(30170325 、30128005 、30425008)
NoteObjective: To investigate the effect of differential process on the degree of language lateralization and to develop a more reliable analysis of Chinese language processing. Methods: Thirteen subjects performed 48 Chinese characters reading and verb generation tasks during scanning , respectively. A repeated-measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to get the average active map of naming and generation. So the lateralization was computed in naming and generation processing, respectively. Results: The activation pattern for word naming was bilateral and that for verb generation was mainly left lateralized. Conclusion: Varying the cognitive commands while keeping the stimuli constant across task provided the powerful evidence to understand how the change on the lateralization of Chinese character processing.
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author翁旭初
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董宗旺,董国珍,于薇,等. 汉语单词加工方式对脑功能偏侧化的影响[J]. 中国医学影像技术,2005,21(9):1321-1323.
APA 董宗旺,董国珍,于薇,翟洪昌,张兆琪,&翁旭初.(2005).汉语单词加工方式对脑功能偏侧化的影响.中国医学影像技术,21(9),1321-1323.
MLA 董宗旺,et al."汉语单词加工方式对脑功能偏侧化的影响".中国医学影像技术 21.9(2005):1321-1323.
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