ISSN 1357-650X (Print); ISSN 1464-0678 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Introduction to the special issue on the legacy of M. P. Bryden
Voyer, Daniel; Grimshaw, Gina M.
Phil Bryden: Husband, father, colleague, friend
Rowe, Patricia M.
Memories of Phil Bryden
Corballis, Michael C.; McManus, I. Christopher; Bulman-Fleming, M. Barbara
The influence of M. P. Bryden's work on lateralization of motor skill: Is the preferred hand selected for and better at tasks requiring a high degree of skill?
Bryden, Pamela J.
Handedness and social anxiety: Using Bryden's research as a catalyst to explore the influence of familial sinistrality and degree of handedness
Hardie, Scott M.; Wright, Lynn; Clark, Lisa
Neurostructural correlates of consistent and weak handedness
McDowell, Alessandra; Felton, Adam; Vazquez, David; Chiarello, Christine
The Tapley and Bryden test of performance differences between the hands: The original data, newer data, and the relation to pegboard and other tasks
McManus, I. C.; Van Horn, John Darrell; Bryden, Pamela J.
Cerebellar asymmetry, cortical asymmetry and handedness: Two independent networks
Häberling, Isabelle S.; Corballis, Michael C.
The development of hand preference and dichotic language lateralization in males and females with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
Dichotic listening and attention: the legacy of Phil Bryden
Pun processing from a psycholinguistic perspective: Introducing the Model of Psycholinguistic Hemispheric Incongruity Laughter (M.PHIL)
McHugh, Tara; Buchanan, Lori
Verbal cues effectively orient children's auditory attention in a CV-syllable dichotic listening paradigm
Phélip, Marion; Donnot, Julien; Vauclair, Jacques
Stability of right visual field advantage in an international lateralized lexical decision task irrespective of participants’ sex, handedness or bilingualism
Willemin, Julie; Hausmann, Markus; Brysbaert, Marc; Dael, Nele; Chmetz, Florian; Fioravera, Asia; Gieruc, Kamila; Mohr, Christine
Brain laterality, depression and anxiety disorders: New findings for emotional and verbal dichotic listening in individuals at risk for depression
Bruder, Gerard E.; Alvarenga, Jorge; Abraham, Karen; Skipper, Jamie; Warner, Virginia; Voyer, Daniel; Peterson, Bradley S.; Weissman, Myrna M.
Detection of sarcastic speech: The role of the right hemisphere in ambiguity resolution
Gibson, Linzi; Atchley, Ruth Ann; Voyer, Daniel; Diener, Un So; Gregersen, Sabrina
Emotional language is all right: Emotional prosody reduces hemispheric asymmetry for linguistic processing
Godfrey, Hazel K.; Grimshaw, Gina M.
Laterality effects in cross-modal affective priming
Harding, Jennifer; Voyer, Daniel
Right-lateralized unconscious, but not conscious, processing of affective environmental sounds
Schepman, Astrid; Rodway, Paul; Pritchard, Hayley
Did Buddha turn the other cheek too? A comparison of posing biases between Jesus and Buddha
Duerksen, Kari N.; Friedrich, Trista E.; Elias, Lorin J.
A leftward bias however you look at it: Revisiting the emotional chimeric face task as a tool for measuring emotion lateralization
Innes, Bobby R.; Burt, D. Michael; Birch, Yan K.; Hausmann, Markus
Family matters: Directionality of turning bias while kissing is modulated by context
Sedgewick, Jennifer R.; Elias, Lorin J.
The face is the thing: Faces, not emotions, are responsible for chimeric perceptual asymmetry
Worley, McKensie M.; Boles, David B.
What's in a line? Verbal, facial, and emotional influences on the line bisection task
Hatin, Bianca; Sykes Tottenham, Laurie
The relationship between line bisection performance and emotion processing: Where do you draw the line?
Hatin, Bianca; Sykes Tottenham, Laurie
Covert orienting in the split brain: Right hemisphere specialization for object-based attention
Laterality, sex, and everyday spatial behaviours: an exploratory analysis
Lawton, Carol A.; Czarnolewski, Mark Y.; Eliot, John
Laterality Prize Winners 5th North Sea Meeting on Brain Asymmetries (NSM 2016)