Emotion Lateralisation Through the Lifespan
Victoria J. Bourne, Dawn Watling, Lance Workman
November 21, 2012
A wide range of research explores patterns of lateralisation for processing emotion. Yet, relatively little explores how emotion lateralisation changes across the lifespan. This special issue addresses this gap in our understanding, focusing on what might influence the development of laterality for...
Chris McManus, Michael Nicholls, Giorgio Vallortigara
February 22, 2010
Left-handers have been described as "a people without a history". This special issue provides scholarly analyses of aspects of asymmetry in history, from the Renaissance to the 20th Century. Lauren Harris presents three studies describing: An 1811 American child-care manual for parents...
Yegor Malashichev, Lesley J. Rogers
July 25, 2002
Lateralization of brain and behaviour is now considered a common feature for all vertebrates, from agnathans and fish to birds and mammals. An important place in this field of research is occupied by amphibians and reptiles - the key classes to understand evolution of lateralization of behaviour...