Hand dominance influences the processing of observed bodies.

Abstract

In motor tasks, subgroups of lefthanders have been shown to differ in the distribution of attention about their own bodies. The present experiment examined whether similar attentional biases also apply when processing observed bodies. Sixteen right handers (RHs), 22 consistent left handers (CLHs) and 11 relatively ambidextrous inconsistent left handers… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bandc.2010.02.002

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