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"Manual asymmetries" refers to differences in performance capabilities of the two hands. Humans may be the only species that show a consistent preference for the right hand.
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Biological and Anthropological Antecedents of Motor Asymmetry Motor Asymmetries in Birds and Nonprimate Mammals, L.J. Rogers and J.L. Bradshaw Tool Use and the Evolutionary Development of Manual Asymmetry, J.L. Bradshaw and L.J. Rogers Human Handedness The Measurement of Handedness and Its Relation to Neuropsychological Issues, M.P. Bryden, M.B. Bulman-Fleming, and V. MacDonald Pathological Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness, S. Coren Hand Preference and Performance in Lefthanders, M. Peters Manual Performance Asymmetries Hand Preference and Performance in Skilled and Unskilled Activities, R.E. Steenhuis Manual Asymmetries in Goal-Directed Movement, D. Elliott and R. Chua Putative Right Hemisphere Contributions to the Preparation of Reaching and Aiming Movements, R.G. Carson The Implications of Asymmetric Motor Function Asymmetry in Bimanual Skills, Y. Guiard and T. Ferrand Manual Asymmetries in Children with Developmental Disablilities, D. Dewey Hemispheric and Manual Asymmetries in Limb Gesturing, E.A. Roy Index
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