Semantic organisation and handedness: mixed-handedness is associated with more diffuse activation of ambiguous word associates.


Research indicates that there are individual differences in the flexibility and ease with which one retrieves and uses concepts stored in memory. Based on prior research suggesting that mixed-handedness is associated with greater cognitive flexibility, it was hypothesised that mixed-handers have access to a relatively diffuse associative network, where link… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/1357650X.2010.529450


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