The Flinders Handedness survey (FLANDERS): A brief measure of skilled hand preference

@article{Nicholls2013TheFH,
  title={The Flinders Handedness survey (FLANDERS): A brief measure of skilled hand preference},
  author={M. Nicholls and N. Thomas and T. Loetscher and G. Grimshaw},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2013},
  volume={49},
  pages={2914-2926}
}
Knowing whether an individual prefers the left or right hand for skilled activities is important to researchers in experimental psychology and neuroscience. The current study reports on a new measure of skilled hand preference derived from the Provins and Cunliffe (1972) handedness inventory. Undergraduates (n = 3324) indicated their lateral preference for their hands, feet, eyes and ears. A measure of hand performance and familial handedness was also obtained. Factor analysis identified ten… Expand
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