Aesthetic preference and lateral preferences.


Subjects expressed preference for original or mirror-reversed versions of paintings. Hand preference predicted a significant proportion of the choice variance, but eye, foot and ear preference did not, nor did family sinistrality.

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@article{McLaughlin1986AestheticPA, title={Aesthetic preference and lateral preferences.}, author={James P McLaughlin}, journal={Neuropsychologia}, year={1986}, volume={24 4}, pages={587-90} }