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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 19, Number 5, 3 September 2014

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Dynamic stimuli: Accentuating aesthetic preference biases
pp. 549-559(11)
Authors: Friedrich; Harms; Elias

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Facing up to stereotypes: Surgeons and physicians are no different in their emotional expressiveness
pp. 585-590(6)
Authors: Churches; Feuerriegel; Callahan; Wells; Keage; Keage; Kohler; Thomas; Nicholls

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When right differs from left: Human limb directional asymmetry emerges during very early development
pp. 591-601(11)
Authors: Van Dongen; Galis; Ten Broek; Heikinheimo; Wijnaendts; Delen; Bots

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Lateral preferences for hand clasping and arm folding are associated with handedness in two large-sample latent variable analyses
pp. 602-614(13)
Authors: Tran; Koller; Nader; Pietschnig; Schild; Stieger; Zeilinger; Voracek

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Group administration influences design but not written word fluency testing
pp. 615-637(23)
Authors: Knepp; Krafka; Boulton; Myers

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