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Two hundred and ninety-eight normal participants were reviewed to assess finger dominance. Participants were recruited from several large hospitals across the north-west of England and the study was done under blind conditions. From the 298 people originally in the trial, six had to be excluded as the dominant finger could not be confirmed with certainty.(More)
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