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AuthorMandal, Manas K.
TitleSide Bias: A Neuropsychological Perspective [electronic resource] / edited by Manas K. Mandal, M. Barbara Bulman-Fleming, G. Tiwari
Imprint Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002
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Machine generated contents note: Development of Side Bias and Handedness -- Evolution of Side Biases: Motor versus Sensory Lateralization -- LESLEY J. ROGERS -- Genetic, Intrauterine, and Cultural Origins of Human Handedness -- JAN W. VAN STRIEN -- Grasp-reflex in Human Neonates: Distribution, Sex Difference, -- Familial Sinistrality, and Testosterone -- UNER TAN -- Age and Generation Trends in Handedness: An Eastern Perspective -- SYOICHI IWASAKI -- Lateral Asymmetries and Interhemispheric Transfer in Aging: -- A Review and Some New Data -- ALAN A. BEATON, KENNETH HUGDAHL AND PHILIP RAY -- Handedness: Measurement and Observations -- The Quantification and Definition of Handedness: Implications for -- Handedness Research -- STEVEN C. SCHACHTER -- Factor Structures of Hand Preference Questionnaires: -- Are "Skilled" and "Unskilled" Factors Artifacts? -- YUKIHIDE IDA, MANAS K. MANDAL AND M.P. BRYDEN -- Contributions of Imaging Techniques to Our Understanding -- of Handedness -- MICHAEL PETERS -- Side Bias: Foot, Cradle, Face and Attention -- Lateral Preference, Skilled Behaviour and Task Complexity: -- Hand and Foot -- PAMELA J. BRYDEN -- Examining the Notion of Foot Dominance -- CARL GABBARD AND SUSAN HART -- "Tell Me, Where is [this] Fancy Bred?": The Cardiac and -- Cerebral Accounts of the Lateral Cradling Bias -- OLIVER H. TURNBULL AND MARILYN D. LUCAS -- Side Bias in Facial Expression -- HARI S. ASTHANA, BRAJ BHUSHAN AND MANAS K. MANDAL -- Asymmetries in Portraits: Insight from Neuropsychology -- MICHAEL E.R. NICHOLLS -- Attentional and Intentional Factors in Pseudoneglect -- GINA M. GRIMSHAW AND JOCELYN M. KEILLOR -- Subject Index

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