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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 22, Number 3, 4 May 2017

Atypical white matter microstructure in left-handed individuals
pp. 257-267(11)
Authors: McKay, Nicole S.; Iwabuchi, Sarina J.; Häberling, Isabelle S.; Corballis, Michael C.; Kirk, Ian J.

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Degree, but not direction of grip strength asymmetries, is related to depression and anxiety in an elderly population
pp. 268-278(11)
Authors: Yu, Junhong; Rawtaer, Iris; Mahendran, Rathi; Kua, Ee-Heok; Feng, Lei

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How should we test infant handedness?
pp. 294-312(19)
Authors: Fagard, Jacqueline; Margules, Sylvie; Lopez, Clémence; Granjon, Lionel; Huet, Viviane

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Reading and writing direction effects on the aesthetic appreciation of photographs
pp. 313-339(27)
Authors: Chahboun, Sobh; Flumini, Andrea; Pérez González, Carmen; McManus, I. Chris; Santiago, Julio

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Laterality of radiographic osteoarthritis of the knee
pp. 340-353(14)
Authors: Komatsu, Daigo; Ikeuchi, Kazuma; Kojima, Toshihisa; Takegami, Yasuhiko; Amano, Takafumi; Tsuboi, Masaki; Ishiguro, Naoki; Hasegawa, Yukiharu

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Imagine a mouse and an elephant: Hemispheric asymmetries of imagination
pp. 354-361(8)
Authors: Dural, Seda; Çetinkaya, Hakan; Güntürkün, Onur

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