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Part IV Coping with Higher-Level Processing: The Brain Behind Figurative and Creative Language


Subject Physiological Psychology » Neuropsychology

Key-Topics language

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781444330403.2012.x


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16. Bilateral Processing and Affect in Creative Language Comprehension 17. Two-Track Mind: Formulaic and Novel Language Support a Dual-Process Model 18. Neuropsychological and Neurophysiological Correlates of Idiom Understanding: How Many Hemispheres Are Involved? 19. Cognitive Neuroscience of Creative Language: The Poetic and the Prosaic 20. The Brain Behind Nonliteral Language: Insights From Brain Imaging 21. Thinking outside the Left Box: The role of the Right Hemisphere in Novel Metaphor Comprehension ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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