Handedness for grasping objects and declarative pointing: a longitudinal study.

Abstract

It is still unclear whether infants become right-handed because of their left-hemisphere specialization for language (through gestural communication for instance), whether they speak predominantly with their left hemisphere because of this hemisphere's superiority in controlling sequential actions which first results in right-handedness, or whether the two… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/dev.20572

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