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Is it true that Can those limited to the left side of their brains can only describe the left half of one's face?

In this video (around 9:45 into it), the narrator says one effect of being limited to the left hemisphere of the brain was that, without noticing it, one will lose the ability to describe the right side of someone's face. I don't know what to call such a phenomenon, so I can't find any evidence of this, although [1] looks like a promising place to start.

Can those limited to the left side of their brains only describe the left half of one's face?

Is it true that those limited to the left side of their brains can only describe the left half of one's face?

In this video (around 9:45 into it), the narrator says one effect of being limited to the left hemisphere of the brain was that, without noticing it, one will lose the ability to describe the right side of someone's face. I don't know what to call such a phenomenon, so I can't find any evidence of this, although [1] looks like a promising place to start.

Can those limited to the left side of their brains only describe the left half of one's face?

In this video (around 9:45 into it), the narrator says one effect of being limited to the left hemisphere of the brain was that, without noticing it, one will lose the ability to describe the right side of someone's face. I don't know what to call such a phenomenon, so I can't find any evidence of this, although [1] looks like a promising place to start.

Can those limited to the left side of their brains only describe the left half of one's face?

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Is it true that those limited to the left side of their brains can only describe the left half of one's face?

In this video (around 9:45 into it), the narrator says one effect of being limited to the left hemisphere of the brain was that, without noticing it, one will lose the ability to describe the right side of someone's face. I don't know what to call such a phenomenon, so I can't find any evidence of this, although [1] looks like a promising place to start.