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ERIC Number: EJ175007
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1977
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Laterality and Intellectual Ability: A Just Not Noticeable Difference?
Hardyck, C.
British Journal of Educational Psychology, 47 pt3, 305-11, Nov 77
Research on laterality and intellectual abilities suggests that left-handed persons may be divided into two categories: one not discriminably different from those who are right-handed, and one deficient in intellectual and cognitive abilities. 7688 children were tested on handedness, intellectual performance, and scholastic aptitude in order to test the above hypothesis. (Editor/RK)
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