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A validated set of tool pictures with matched objects and non-objects for laterality research

Ark Verma (UGent) and Marc Brysbaert (UGent)
(2015) LATERALITY. 20(1). p.22-48
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Neuropsychological and neuroimaging research has established that knowledge related to tool use and tool recognition is lateralized to the left cerebral hemisphere. Recently, behavioural studies with the visual half-field technique have confirmed the lateralization. A limitation of this research was that different sets of stimuli had to be used for the comparison of tools to other objects and objects to non-objects. Therefore, we developed a new set of stimuli containing matched triplets of tools, other objects and non-objects. With the new stimulus set, we successfully replicated the findings of no visual field advantage for objects in an object recognition task combined with a significant right visual field advantage for tools in a tool recognition task. The set of stimuli is available as supplemental data to this article.
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DORSAL STREAM, HUMAN-EVOLUTION, USE SKILLS, LANGUAGE, BRAIN, REPRESENTATION, CORTEX, Object recognition, Tool recognition, RVF advantage, Left hemisphere, CEREBRAL ASYMMETRIES, MANIPULATABLE OBJECTS, VISUAL-FIELD ADVANTAGE

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Verma, Ark, and Marc Brysbaert. 2015. “A Validated Set of Tool Pictures with Matched Objects and Non-objects for Laterality Research.” Laterality 20 (1): 22–48.
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Verma, A., & Brysbaert, M. (2015). A validated set of tool pictures with matched objects and non-objects for laterality research. LATERALITY, 20(1), 22–48.
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Verma A, Brysbaert M. A validated set of tool pictures with matched objects and non-objects for laterality research. LATERALITY. 2015;20(1):22–48.
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Verma, Ark, and Marc Brysbaert. “A Validated Set of Tool Pictures with Matched Objects and Non-objects for Laterality Research.” LATERALITY 20.1 (2015): 22–48. Print.
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  abstract     = {Neuropsychological and neuroimaging research has established that knowledge related to tool use and tool recognition is lateralized to the left cerebral hemisphere. Recently, behavioural studies with the visual half-field technique have confirmed the lateralization. A limitation of this research was that different sets of stimuli had to be used for the comparison of tools to other objects and objects to non-objects. Therefore, we developed a new set of stimuli containing matched triplets of tools, other objects and non-objects. With the new stimulus set, we successfully replicated the findings of no visual field advantage for objects in an object recognition task combined with a significant right visual field advantage for tools in a tool recognition task. The set of stimuli is available as supplemental data to this article.},
  author       = {Verma, Ark and Brysbaert, Marc},
  issn         = {1357-650X},
  journal      = {LATERALITY},
  keyword      = {DORSAL STREAM,HUMAN-EVOLUTION,USE SKILLS,LANGUAGE,BRAIN,REPRESENTATION,CORTEX,Object recognition,Tool recognition,RVF advantage,Left hemisphere,CEREBRAL ASYMMETRIES,MANIPULATABLE OBJECTS,VISUAL-FIELD ADVANTAGE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {22--48},
  title        = {A validated set of tool pictures with matched objects and non-objects for laterality research},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1357650X.2014.914949},
  volume       = {20},
  year         = {2015},
}

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