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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 10, Number 2, March 2005

Left‐handers have a lower prevalence of arthritis and ulcer
pp. 97-102(6)
Authors: McManus, I. C.; Wysocki, C. J.

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Nostril dominance: Differences in nasal airflow and preferred handedness
pp. 111-120(10)
Authors: Searleman, Alan; Hornung, David; Stein, Emily; Brzuszkiewicz, Leah

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Hemispheric asymmetry and deception detection
pp. 131-148(18)
Authors: Malcolm, Sarah; Paul Keenan, Julian

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Semantic activation within and across the cerebral hemispheres: What's left isn't right
pp. 131-148(18)
Authors: Yochim, Brian; Kender, Robert; Abeare, Christopher; Gustafson, Angela; Whitman, R. Douglas

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Emotion words are remembered better in the left ear
pp. 149-159(11)
Authors: Sim, Teow‐Chong; Martinez, Carolyn

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Chimpanzees are right‐handed when recording bouts of hand use
pp. 149-159(11)
Authors: Hopkins, William; Cantalupo, Claudio; Freeman, Hani; Russell, Jamie; Kachin, Mike; Nelson, Eliza

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Manual skill, hand skill asymmetry, and neuropsychological test performance in schoolchildren with spastic cerebral palsy
pp. 161-182(22)
Authors: Dellatolas, Georges; Filho, Gilberto Nunes; Souza, LĂ­gia; Nunes, Luiz Guilherme; Braga, Lucia Willadino

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Hand preference, magical thinking and left–right confusion
pp. 183-191(9)
Authors: Jaspers‐Fayer, Fern; Peters, Michael

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