Dichhaptic laterality and field dependence.


Relationships among laterality, field dependence, and sex were investigated using right handed subjects. Dichhaptic measures of laterality showed a significant left-hand advantage for the discrimination of irregular shapes. No significant relationships were found between laterality and sex or sex role perceptions nor between laterality and field dependence. A modality of response effect on the laterality task was interpreted in terms of the functional cerebral space principle.

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@article{Weener1982DichhapticLA, title={Dichhaptic laterality and field dependence.}, author={Paul Weener and M L Van Blerkom}, journal={Brain and cognition}, year={1982}, volume={1 3}, pages={323-30} }