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Stroke victims show substantial V P discrepancies. Because the composite samples are relatively large (about 125 with lesions in each hemisphere), we can have confidence in the generalizability of the results: P > V by 61 2 points for left-lesion patients, and V > P by 131 2 points for patients with right-hemisphere lesions. These hypothesized findings are even more dramatic for male stroke victims V P differences of about 10 and +17 points for patients with left and right lesions, respectively. For females, however, only strokes to the right hemisphere produced the predictable V > P pattern (by a substantial 91 2 points); for left-lesion female patients who have had strokes, the V P discrepancy was zero. The direct impact of stroke on differential V P performance, more so than other lesions, follows logically from the nature of cerebrovascular accidents: They feature the disruption of the supply of nutrients primarily oxygen and glucose to the brain as a result of disrupted blood flow. The inability of the nervous tissue of the brain to survive more than several minutes of oxygen deprivation accounts for the rapidity with which irreversible brain damage takes place (Lezak, 1995, pp. 194 195). Further, [s]ince each carotid artery supplies blood to one cerebral hemisphere, lateralized deficits are common among stroke victims (Brown, Baird, & Shatz, 1986, p. 387). No other type of lesion, besides stroke, showed such dramatic results. In the first edition of this book, stroke was joined by head injury in producing striking and predictable P > V and V > P findings, but data were based on a single study with small sample sizes (Uzzell et al. s, 1979, almost all-male sample of patients with hematomas, hemorrhagic contusions, or cerebral swelling). However, additional data on head-injured samples are now available and are included in Table 8.6. As
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Mean V P IQ discrepancies on various Wechsler scales for adults having different types of brain lesions Left Lesions N N Mean V-IQ Mean P-IQ V P Diff. Mean V-IQ Mean P-IQ Right Lesions
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Stroke Reitan & Fitzhugh (1971/W-B) 15 19.8 15 11 11 17 20 20 14 12 0.0 94 93 34 94 94 90 93 7.5 +3.5 0.0 +2.4 +1.0 51 6 6 15 24 29 16.0 3.0 7.0 15.3 +0.2 +13.9 +8.0 94 99 90 90 89 94 87 84 90 104 97 94 15 13 26 20 20 14 5 48 8 7 14 21 111 107 101 104 102 98 100 103 96 99 88 96 84 79 92 97 88 85 +10.8 +16.0 +4.0 +12.0 +19.6 +4.5 +19.8 +22.7 +6.8 +14.0 +5.0 +3.0 +14.7 +11.1
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