Bibliographic References for

What Does Handedness Have to Do with
Brain Lateralization?


Annett, M. 1970. A classification of hand preference by association analysis. British Journal of Psychology 61:303-321.

Barnsley, R.H. and S.M. Ravinovitch. 1970. Handedness: Proficiency versus stated preference. Perceptual and Motor Skills 30:343-362.

Branch, C., B. Milner and T. Rasumssen. 1964. Intracarotid sodium Amytal for the lateralization of cerebral speech dominance: Observation on 123 patients. Journal of Neurosurgery 21:399-405.

Broca, P. 1865a. Du siège de la faculté du langage articulé. Bulletins de la Société d'Anthropologie 6:377-393.

Fisher, R.S., M.P. Alexander, C. Gabriel, E. Gould and J. Milione. 1991. Reversed lateralizatin of cognitive functions in right handers. Brain 114:245-261.

Holder, M.K. 1992. Hand preference questionnaires: One gets what one asks for. M.Phil. thesis, Department of Anthropology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA.

Rasmussen, T. and B. Milner. 1977. Clinical and surgical studies of the cerebral speech apreas in man. In: Zulch, K.J., O. Creutzfeltd and G.C. Galbraith (eds.), Cerebral localization. NY: Sringer Verlag, pp. 238-255.

Ross, E.D. 1984. Right hemisphere's role in language, affective behavior and emotion. Trends in Neuroscience 7:3342-346.

Schiller, F. 1979. Paul Broca: Founder of French anthropology, explorer of the brain. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Wada, J. and T. Rasmussen. 1960. Intracarotid injection of sodium amytal for the lateralization of cerebral speech dominance. Journal of Neurosurgery 17:266-282.

Wernike, C. 1874. Der Aphasische Symtomenkomplex. Eine Psychologische Studie auf Anatomischer Basis. Breslau: M. Cohn und Weigart. Reprinted in Wernicke's works on aphasia: A source book and review, translated by G.E. Eggert, 91-144. The Hague, Netherlands: Mounton Publishers, 1977.



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