Do your left and right half of your brain ‘see’ the world in the same fashion? In a paper published in “Brain and Cognition”, Sanne Brederoo and co-authors report that they do not. While brain lateralisation has been described often for letter stimuli, they now find that this lateralisation applies to visual figures as well, although the magnitude of effects differs between stimulus types. This is important information, as it explains why previous studies drew such variegated conclusions regarding brain lateralization.
Please find the article [here].