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|Title:||Stories about hands, brains, and minds.|
|Citation:||BRAIN LANG, 1998, 65 (2), pp. 356-358|
|Abstract:||The "extreme" versus "mild" classification of handedness of Natsopoulos et al. (1998) is not comparable to that of Annett (review, 1995) because 50% of the former sample were left-handers while the samples of the latter were unselected for handedness. The 20% of the Natsopoulos sample called "extreme" right-handers represent nearly 40% of the general population. The possibility cannot be ruled out that the advantage for right-handers in this sample was due to a small excess of disabled children among left-handers because there were no controls for hand skill or for reading ability.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, School of Psychology|
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