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  • Book

    Springer, S. P. and Deutsch, G.

    Left brain, right brain

    1998 - Freeman - New York

    In-text: (Springer and Deutsch, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Springer, S. and Deutsch, G. (1998). Left brain, right brain. New York: Freeman.

  • Chapter of an ed. book

    Kinsbourne, M. and Hicks, R.

    Functional cerebral space: a model for overflow, transfer and interference effects human performance: a tutorial review

    1978 - Erlbaum - Hillsdale, NJ

    In-text: (Kinsbourne and Hicks, 1978)

    Your Bibliography: Kinsbourne, M. and Hicks, R. (1978). Functional cerebral space: a model for overflow, transfer and interference effects human performance: a tutorial review. In: J. Requin, ed., Attention and Performance:VII. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum, pp.345-362.

  • Journal

    Kinsbourne, M. and Cook, J.

    Generalized and lateralized effects of concurrent verbalization on a unimanual skill

    1971 - Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

    In-text: (Kinsbourne and Cook, 1971)

    Your Bibliography: Kinsbourne, M. and Cook, J. (1971). Generalized and lateralized effects of concurrent verbalization on a unimanual skill. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 23(3), pp.341-345.

  • Journal

    Dalen, K.

    Hemispheric Asymmetry and Dual-Task Performance in Children: A Finger-Tapping Study

    1993 - International Journal of Neuroscience

    In-text: (Dalen, 1993)

    Your Bibliography: Dalen, K. (1993). Hemispheric Asymmetry and Dual-Task Performance in Children: A Finger-Tapping Study. International Journal of Neuroscience, 69(1-4), pp.85-95.

  • Chapter of an ed. book

    Hiscock, M., Kinsbourne, M. and Green, A.

    Is time sharing asymmetry a valid indicator of speech lateralization? Evidence for left handers

    1990 - North-Holland - Amsterdam

    In-text: (Hiscock, Kinsbourne and Green, 1990)

    Your Bibliography: Hiscock, M., Kinsbourne, M. and Green, A. (1990). Is time sharing asymmetry a valid indicator of speech lateralization? Evidence for left handers. In: G. Hammond, ed., Advances in psychology: cerebral control of speech and limb movements. Vol 70. Amsterdam: North-Holland, pp.131-152.

  • Journal

    Van Hoof, K. and Van Strien, J. W.

    Verbal-to-Manual and Manual-to-Verbal Dual-Task Interference in Left-Handed and Right-Handed Adults

    1997 - Perceptual and Motor Skills

    In-text: (Van Hoof and Van Strien, 1997)

    Your Bibliography: Van Hoof, K. and Van Strien, J. (1997). Verbal-to-Manual and Manual-to-Verbal Dual-Task Interference in Left-Handed and Right-Handed Adults. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 85(2), pp.739-746.

  • Journal

    Kee, D. W., Bathurst, K. and Hellige, J. B.

    Lateralized interference of repetitive finger tapping: Influence of familial handedness, cognitive load and verbal production

    1983 - Neuropsychologia

    In-text: (Kee, Bathurst and Hellige, 1983)

    Your Bibliography: Kee, D., Bathurst, K. and Hellige, J. (1983). Lateralized interference of repetitive finger tapping: Influence of familial handedness, cognitive load and verbal production. Neuropsychologia, 21(6), pp.617-624.

  • Journal

    van Strien, J. W. and Bouma, A.

    Cerebral Organization of Verbal and Motor Functions in Left-handed and Right-handed Adults: Effects of Concurrent Verbal Tasks on Unimanual Tapping Performance

    1988 - Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology

    In-text: (van Strien and Bouma, 1988)

    Your Bibliography: van Strien, J. and Bouma, A. (1988). Cerebral Organization of Verbal and Motor Functions in Left-handed and Right-handed Adults: Effects of Concurrent Verbal Tasks on Unimanual Tapping Performance. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 10(2), pp.139-156.

  • Journal

    Murphy, K. and Peters, M.

    Right-handers and left-handers show differences and important similarities in task integration when performing manual and vocal tasks concurrently

    1994 - Neuropsychologia

    In-text: (Murphy and Peters, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Murphy, K. and Peters, M. (1994). Right-handers and left-handers show differences and important similarities in task integration when performing manual and vocal tasks concurrently. Neuropsychologia, 32(6), pp.663-674.

  • Book

    Porac, C. and Coren, S.

    Lateral preferences and human behaviour

    1981 - Springer Verlag - New York

    In-text: (Porac and Coren, 1981)

    Your Bibliography: Porac, C. and Coren, S. (1981). Lateral preferences and human behaviour. New York: Springer Verlag.

  • Journal

    Elias, L. J., Bryden, M. and Bulman-Fleming, M.

    Footedness is a better predictor than is handedness of emotional lateralization

    1998 - Neuropsychologia

    In-text: (Elias, Bryden and Bulman-Fleming, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Elias, L., Bryden, M. and Bulman-Fleming, M. (1998). Footedness is a better predictor than is handedness of emotional lateralization. Neuropsychologia, 36(1), pp.37-43.

  • Journal

    Elias, L. and Bryden, M.

    Footedness is a Better Predictor of Language Lateralisation than Handedness

    1998 - Laterality

    In-text: (Elias and Bryden, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Elias, L. and Bryden, M. (1998). Footedness is a Better Predictor of Language Lateralisation than Handedness. Laterality, 3(1), pp.41-52.

  • Book

    Spreen, O. and Strauss, E.

    A compendium of neuropsychological tests: Administration, norms and commentary.

    1998 - Oxford University Press - New York

    In-text: (Spreen and Strauss, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Spreen, O. and Strauss, E. (1998). A compendium of neuropsychological tests: Administration, norms and commentary.. 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Journal

    Barry, D., Bates, M. E. and Labouvie, E.

    FAS and CFL Forms of Verbal Fluency Differ in Difficulty: A Meta-analytic Study

    2008 - Applied Neuropsychology

    In-text: (Barry, Bates and Labouvie, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Barry, D., Bates, M. and Labouvie, E. (2008). FAS and CFL Forms of Verbal Fluency Differ in Difficulty: A Meta-analytic Study. Applied Neuropsychology, 15(2), pp.97-106.

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