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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 22, Number 1, 2 January 2017

Controlled semantic processes within and between the two cerebral hemispheres
pp. 1-16(16)
Authors: Peleg, Orna; Eviatar, Zohar

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Left cheek bias for emotion perception, but not expression, is established in children aged 3–7 years
pp. 17-30(14)
Authors: Lindell, Annukka K.; Tenenbaum, Harriet R.; Aznar, Ana

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The influence of distractors and numerical direction on mental number line bisection
pp. 31-48(18)
Authors: Thomas, Nicole A.; Rose, Whitney; Nicholls, Michael E. R.

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Motor biases do not influence posing orientation in selfies
pp. 49-59(11)
Author: Lindell, Annukka K.

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Left-handers’ struggle in a rightward wor(l)d: The relation between horizontal spatial bias and effort in directed movements
pp. 60-89(30)
Authors: Suitner, Caterina; Maass, Anne; Bettinsoli, Maria Laura; Carraro, Luciana; Kumar, Serena

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Childrens’ left-turning preference is not modulated by magical ideation
pp. 90-104(15)
Authors: Streuli, Jürg C.; Obrist, Gina; Brugger, Peter

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Laterality: exploring the enigma of left-handedness
pp. 120-122(3)
Author: Lindell, Annukka K.

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