Is there a sex difference in human laterality? IV. An exhaustive survey of dual-task interference studies from six neuropsychology journals.

@article{Hiscock2001IsTA,
  title={Is there a sex difference in human laterality? IV. An exhaustive survey of dual-task interference studies from six neuropsychology journals.},
  author={Merrill Hiscock and N A Perachio and Roxanne Inch},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={137-48}
}
The entire contents of six neuropsychology journals (161 volumes, 612 issues) were screened to identify dual-task laterality experiments. Of 112 experiments thus identified, 45.5% provided information about sex differences. Although 23 experiments yielded at least one significant main effect or interaction involving the sex factor, only 5 outcomes represented an unambiguous sex difference in laterality. All 5 of those sex differences support the hypothesis of greater hemispheric specialization… CONTINUE READING

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