One hand or the other? Effector selection biases in right and left handers

@article{Main2014OneHO,
  title={One hand or the other? Effector selection biases in right and left handers},
  author={Julie C. Main and David P Carey},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={64},
  pages={300-309}
}
Much debate in the handedness literature has centred on the relative merits of questionnaire-based measures assessing hand preference versus simple movement tasks such as peg moving or finger tapping, assessing hand performance. A third paradigm has grown in popularity, which assesses choices by participants when either hand could be used to execute movements. These newer measures may be useful in predicting possible "reversed" asymmetries in proportions of non-right handed ("adextral") people… CONTINUE READING

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