Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"In neuropsychology, emphasis on laterality differences in cerebral organization has been replaced, to some extent, by a focus on selective cognitive disorders.... At least three patterns of hemispheric organization can be proposed: strongly unilateral (e.g. speech production); a posterior, possibly equal contribution, regardless of laterality (e.g. some aspects of visuo-spatial processing); and deficits that have been exclusively related to bilateral injury."

Z.MEHTA, F.NEWCOMBE & G.RATCLIF, 1987, Bulletin of the British Psychological Society 40, A113.

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