M Philip Bryden

Affiliations: 
University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada 
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Laterality
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(1934-1996)

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Land WH, Akanda A, Lo JY, et al. (2002) Application of support vector machines to breast cancer screening using mammogram and history data Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 4684: 636-642
Land WH, Bryden M, Lo JY, et al. (2002) Performance tradeoff between evolutionary computation (EC)/adaptive boosting (AB) hybrid and support vector machine breast cancer classification paradigms Proceedings of the 2002 Congress On Evolutionary Computation, Cec 2002. 1: 187-192
Obrzut JE, Bryden MP, Lange P, et al. (2001) Concurrent verbal and emotion laterality effects exhibited by normally achieving and learning disabled children. Child Neuropsychology : a Journal On Normal and Abnormal Development in Childhood and Adolescence. 7: 153-61
McManus IC, Porac C, Bryden MP, et al. (1999) Eye-dominance, writing hand, and throwing hand. Laterality. 4: 173-92
Mandal MK, Asthana HS, Dwivedi CB, et al. (1999) Hand Preference in the Deaf Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities. 11: 265-273
Steenhuis RE, Bryden MP. (1999) The Relation between Hand Preference and Hand Performance: What You Get Depends on What You Measure Laterality. 4: 3-26
Mandal MK, Pandey G, Das CT, et al. (1998) Handedness in mental retardation. Laterality. 3: 221-5
Elias LJ, Bryden MP. (1998) Footedness is a better predictor of language lateralisation than handedness. Laterality. 3: 41-51
Grimshaw GM, Adelstein A, Bryden MP, et al. (1998) First-language acquisition in adolescence: evidence for a critical period for verbal language development. Brain and Language. 63: 237-55
Asbjørnsen AE, Bryden MP. (1998) Auditory attentional shifts in reading-disabled students: quantification of attentional effectiveness by the Attentional Shift Index. Neuropsychologia. 36: 143-8
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