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Measuring hand preference: a comparison among different response formats using a selected sample.

Abstract:

Hand preference (HP) is a major behavioural variable for inferring individual differences in neurological organisation. Yet, despite the extensive use of HP measures for both research and clinical purposes, there is little research on the properties of the structural features of HP questionnaires, the most common method of HP measurement. We study here the effects of different response formats of HP questionnaires on participants' responses. A total of 200 volunteers (100 left-handers, 50 mal...

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Papadatou-Pastou, M More by this author
Munafò, MR More by this author
Journal:
Laterality
Volume:
18
Issue:
1
Pages:
68-107
Publication date:
2013
DOI:
EISSN:
1464-0678
ISSN:
1357-650X
URN:
uuid:1c33e4e1-e475-4386-b8e2-28948b73f1c6
Source identifiers:
371147
Local pid:
pubs:371147

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