Lateral Preferences and Human Behavior

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Lateral preferences are strange, puzzling, and on the surface, not particularly adaptive aspects of behavior. Why one chooses habitually to write or to brush the teeth with the right hand, while a friend or family member habitually uses the left hand, might be interesting enough to elicit some conversation over dinner or a drink, but certainly does not seem to warrant serious scientific study. Yet when one looks at human behaviors more carefully, one becomes aware that asymmet rical behaviors favoring one side or the other ...

Lateral Preferences and Human Behavior 2011, Springer

ISBN-13: 9781461381419

Softcover Reprint of the Origi edition

Trade paperback

Lateral Preferences and Human Behavior 1981, Springer, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780387905969

1981 edition