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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 23, Number 6, 2 November 2018

Goofy vs. Regular: Laterality effects in surfing
pp. 629-642(14)
Authors: Furley, Philip; Dörr, Jannik; Loffing, Florian

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Joint assessment of handedness and footedness through latent class factor analysis
pp. 643-663(21)
Authors: Sacco, Chiara; Di Michele, Rocco; Semprini, Gabriele; Merni, Franco; Soffritti, Gabriele

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Developmental mirror-writing is paralleled by orientation recognition errors
pp. 664-683(20)
Authors: McIntosh, Robert D.; Hillary, Keira; Brennan, Ailbhe; Lechowicz, Magdalena

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Slow lorises (Nycticebus spp.) display evidence of handedness in the wild and in captivity
pp. 705-721(17)
Authors: Poindexter, Stephanie A.; Reinhardt, Kathleen D.; Nijman, Vincent; Nekaris, K. A. I.

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Paw preferences in the Asian small-clawed otter – using an inexpensive, video-based protocol to study laterality of rare species in the zoo
pp. 722-737(16)
Authors: Manns, Martina; Ströckens, Felix; Stavenhagen, Philipp; Ocklenburg, Sebastian

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