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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 17, Number 3, 1 May 2012

Response format, magnitude of laterality effects, and sex differences in laterality
pp. 259-274(16)
Authors: Voyer, Daniel; Doyle, Randi A.

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Handedness is modulated by sex and self-perception
pp. 275-286(12)
Author: Dirnberger, Georg

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Left-handedness is statistically linked to lifetime experimentation with illicit drugs
pp. 318-339(22)
Authors: Preti, Antonio; Usai, Ileana; Pintus, Elisa; Sardu, Cinzia; Petretto, Donatella Rita; Masala, Carmelo

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A demonstration that task difficulty can confound the interpretation of lateral differences in brain activation between typical and dyslexic readers
pp. 340-360(21)
Authors: McGraw Fisher, Janet; Liederman, Jacqueline; Johnsen, Jami; Lincoln, Alexis; Frye, Richard

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Breastfeeding predicts handedness
pp. 361-368(8)
Author: Denny, Kevin

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Hemispheric resource availability influences face perception: A multiple resource approach to social perception
pp. 369-383(15)
Authors: Rivera, L. Omar; Arms-Chavez, Clarissa J.; Zárate, Michael A.

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Who's in charge? Free will and the science of the brain
pp. 384-386(3)
Author: Corballis, Michael C.

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