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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 23, Number 1, 2 January 2018

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Is trustworthiness lateralized in the face? Evidence from a trust game
pp. 20-38(19)
Authors: Carragher, Daniel J.; Thomas, Nicole A.; Nicholls, Michael E. R.

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A Qualitative assessment of the impact of handedness among left-handed surgeons in Saudi Arabia
pp. 39-50(12)
Authors: Zaghloul, Mohamed S.; Saquib, Juliann; Al-Mazrou, AbdulRahman; Saquib, Nazmus

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The laterality of stop and go processes of the motor response in left-handed and right-handed individuals
pp. 51-66(16)
Authors: Hiraoka, Koichi; Igawa, Kyudo; Kashiwagi, Mina; Nakahara, Chisato; Oshima, Yuki; Takakura, Yu

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Faking handedness: Individual differences in ability to fake handedness, social cognitions of the handedness of others, and a forensic application using Bayes’ theorem
pp. 67-100(34)
Authors: McManus, I. C.; Buckens, Giulia; Harris, Naomi; Flint, Alexandra; Ng, Hei Ling Abigail; Vovou, Foteini

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