Afroditi Delliou

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  • Janeiro Brasil Vlachos, Filippos Andreou, Eleni Delliou, Afroditi Agapitou, Paraskevi, Filippos Vlachos +3 others
  • 2013
Research results with regard to handedness and dyslexia have been ambiguous. The present study investigated the relationship between handedness and dyslexia in secondary school students based on genetic (Right-Shift) and hormonal-developmental theories of handedness. A total of 135 students (45 dyslexics and 70 age-and sex-matched controls) participated in(More)
The present study examined the link between brain hemisphericity and dyslexia in secondary school students, using the Preference Test (PT), a widely used self-report index of preferred hemisphere thinking styles. The hypothesis was that differences would be revealed between the dyslexic group and their peers in hemispheric preference. A total of 45(More)
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