Contents: C. Chiarello, M. Beeman, Introduction to the
Cognitive Neuroscience of Right Hemisphere Language Comprehension.
Part I:Decoding Speech Sounds and Individual Words. R.
Ivry, P.C. Lebby, The Neurology of Consonant Perception:
Specialized Module or Distributed Processors? J.M. Clarke, C.M.
McCann, E. Zaidel, The Corpus Callosum and Language:
Anatomical-Behavioral Relationships. M.T. Banich, C.D.
Nicholas, Integration of Processing Between the Hemispheres in
Word Recognition. K. Baynes, J.C. Eliassen, The Visual
Lexicon: Its Access and Organization in Commissurotomy Patients.
H.B. Coslett, E.M. Saffran, Reading and the Right
Hemisphere: Evidence From Acquired Dyslexia. C. Chiarello, M.
Beeman, Commentary: Right Hemisphere Linguistic Decoding--More
Than Meets the Eye and Ear? Part II:Lexical and Sentence-Level
Semantics. C. Chiarello, On Codes of Meaning and the
Meaning of Codes: Semantic Access and Retrieval Within and Between
Hemispheres. M. Faust, Obtaining Evidence of Language
Comprehension From Sentence Priming. J.W. King, G.G. Ganis, M.
Kutas, Potential Asymmetries in Language Comprehension: In
Search of the Electrical Right. C. Burgess, K. Lund,
Modeling Cerebral Asymmetries in High-Dimensional Space. C.
Chiarello, M. Beeman, Commentary: Getting the Right Meaning
From Words and Sentences. Part III:Discourse Processing and
Problem Solving. M. Beeman, Coarse Semantic Coding and
Discourse Comprehension. J.C. Borod, R.L. Bloom, C.
Santschi-Haywood, Verbal Aspects of Emotional Communication.
H. Brownell, G. Martino, Deficits in Inference and Social
Cognition: The Effects of Right Hemisphere Brain Damage on
Discourse. B. Stemmer, Y. Joanette, The Interpretation of
Narrative Discourse of Brain-Damaged Individuals Within the
Framework of a Multilevel Discourse Model. S.M. Fiore, J.W.
Schooler, Right Hemisphere Contributions to Creative Problem
Solving: Converging Evidence for Divergent Thinking. M. Beeman,
C. Chiarello, Commentary: Getting the Right Meaning From
Discourse. M. Beeman, C. Chiarello, Concluding Remarks:
Getting the Whole Story Right.