Quantifying hand preference using a behavioural continuum.
Bishop, Ross, Daniels, and Bright (1996) proposed a novel approach to quantifying hand preference (QHP) using a single behavioural measure. The extent to which individuals used their dominant hand to reach across the midline to pick up cards discriminated subgroups of right-handers, similarly categorised by their scores on the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory. This study aimed to investigate whether (1) the QHP approach was able to differentiate subgroups within the left-handed as well as right...Expand abstract
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