Symptom Laterality

The Freudian view that unexplained symptoms are the expression of unconscious emotional conflict has led many to conclude that the right cerebral hemisphere (traditionally viewed as one of the neural sites responsible for emotion) plays an important role in the pathogenesis of unexplained symptoms. Several studies have provided evidence suggesting that unexplained symptoms are more common on the left than the right, apparently providing support for this hypothesis. However, recent research has shown that left- and right-sided symptoms are equally common; bilateral symptoms are also frequently found.

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