Handedness and eye-dominance: a meta-analysis of their relationship.

@article{Bourassa1996HandednessAE,
  title={Handedness and eye-dominance: a meta-analysis of their relationship.},
  author={D. Bourassa and I. Mcmanus and M. Bryden},
  journal={Laterality},
  year={1996},
  volume={1 1},
  pages={
          5-34
        }
}
About one in ten people is left-handed and one in three is left-eyed. The extent of the association of handedness and eyedness is unclear, as some eyedness measures are potentially contaminated by measures of handedness. A meta-analysis of hand-eye concordance in 54,087 subjects from 54 populations, found that concordance was 2.69 x greater in questionnaire rather than performance studies, 1.95 x greater in studies using unimanual monocular performance measures, and 6.29 x greater in studies… Expand
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