Factor analysis of the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory: Inconsistent handedness yields a two-factor solution

@article{Christman2015FactorAO,
  title={Factor analysis of the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory: Inconsistent handedness yields a two-factor solution},
  author={Stephen D. Christman and Eric C. Prichard and Ryan Corser},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={2015},
  volume={98},
  pages={82-86}
}
While neuropsychology has long focused on direction (left versus right) of handedness, a growing body of evidence indicates that degree (inconsistent versus consistent) of handedness is at least as important. A promising feature of this new emphasis on degree of handedness is its greater concordance with extant genetic models of handedness, which posit a continuum from inconsistent-handedness to consistent right-handedness, not a continuum from left- to right-handedness. Specifically… CONTINUE READING
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