Differing roles for the dominant and non-dominant hands in the hand laterality task

@article{Choisdealbha2011DifferingRF,
  title={Differing roles for the dominant and non-dominant hands in the hand laterality task},
  author={{\'A}ine N{\'i} Choisdealbha and Nuala Brady and Corrina Maguinness},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={211},
  pages={73-85}
}
Determining the handedness of visually presented stimuli is thought to involve two separate stages—a rapid, implicit recognition of laterality followed by a confirmatory mental rotation of the matching hand. In two studies, we explore the role of the dominant and non-dominant hands in this process. In Experiment 1, participants judged stimulus laterality with either their left or right hand held behind their back or with both hands resting in the lap. The variation in reactions times across… CONTINUE READING

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