Laterality and cognition: The contribution of Greek scientists


  • Φίλιππος Βλάχος University of Thessaly, Greece



Cerebral laterality, Cognitive functions


This study of the systematic relashionship between cerebral laterality and individual differences in cognitive functions is one of the most challenged and difficult to achieve goals of neuropsychology, having attract the specific interest of the scientific community the last decades. The research in both clinical popoulations and normal subjects support the existence of functional differences between the two hemispheres. This article attempts an overview of the studies conducted by Greek scientists concerning the role of laterality in cognition. Our aim is to present Greek scientists’ contribution to this specific area.

Author Biography

Φίλιππος Βλάχος, University of Thessaly, Greece

Filippos Vlachos
Assistant Professor, Department of Special Education, University of Thessaly



How to Cite

Βλάχος Φ. (2008). Laterality and cognition: The contribution of Greek scientists. ELEUTHERNA, 4, 23–39.