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Table 2 also shows the distribution of subjects according to the side in which fewer intrusions were made. The effects of ventriloquism Table 3. 0 Questions asked previously about the structural and cognitive interpretations of lateral asymmetry were framed as two independent planned comparisons. These were performed both on the left side percent of errors scores and on the differences between the number of intrustions in the left-side message and the number of intrusions in the right-side message.