Right-Left Discrimination Skills of Hemiplegic Persons of Limited Intelligence

@article{Evans1975RightLeftDS,
  title={Right-Left Discrimination Skills of Hemiplegic Persons of Limited Intelligence},
  author={James R. Evans and Joanne M. Borger},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1975},
  volume={11},
  pages={17-21}
}
Past research has indicated a relationship between degree of unilateral usage of body parts and right-left discrimination skills. Further evidence for such an association was sought by comparing the scores of hemiplegic persons of limited intelligence on a test of rather advanced righ-left discrimination skills devised by the authors to those earned by a control group of non-hemiplegic persons matched on the variables of age, sex, race, and IQ. Mean scores of the hemiplegic group were… CONTINUE READING

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