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lateral eye movement


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A deflection of gaze to the left or right, sometimes claimed to indicate an increase of activity in the contralateral cerebral hemisphere, so that a person will tend to show a rightward deflection of gaze when preparing to answer a question requiring verbal processing and a leftward deflection when thinking about a spatial problem. LEM abbrev.

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