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<p>This is a preprint of a systematic review that aims to summarise research using different language tasks to measure laterality for different components of language processing. Implications of this research for models of hemispheric specialisation for language are discussed, as well as the need to consider how different aspects of language processing can show different patterns of lateralisation both across and within individuals. A protocol for this review can be found at This work was published in two peer-reviewed publications:Bradshaw AR, Bishop DVM, Woodhead ZVJ (2017). Methodological considerations in assessment of language lateralisation with fMRI: a systematic review. PeerJ 5:e3557 AR, Thompson PA, Wilson AC, Bishop DV, Woodhead ZVJ (2017). Measuring language lateralisation with different language tasks: A systematic review. PeerJ 5:e3929</p>

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