Michael Peters

University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 
"Michael Peters"
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Peters M. (2015) Gender Differences in Intercepting a Moving Target by Using a Throw or Button Press. Journal of Motor Behavior. 29: 290-6
Lippa RA, Collaer ML, Peters M. (2010) Sex differences in mental rotation and line angle judgments are positively associated with gender equality and economic development across 53 nations. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 39: 990-7
Koeneke S, Battista C, Jancke L, et al. (2009) Transfer effects of practice for simple alternating movements. Journal of Motor Behavior. 41: 347-55
Peters M, Battista C. (2008) Applications of mental rotation figures of the Shepard and Metzler type and description of a mental rotation stimulus library. Brain and Cognition. 66: 260-4
Peters M. (2008) Commentary. Left and right in classical Greece and Italy. Laterality. 2: 3-6
Peters M, Battista C. (2008) The function of the relation between RT and angular divergence of paired mental rotation stimuli Brain and Cognition. 67: 34-35
Silverman I, Choi J, Peters M. (2007) The hunter-gatherer theory of sex differences in spatial abilities: data from 40 countries. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 36: 261-8
Peters M, Lehmann W, Takahira S, et al. (2006) Mental rotation test performance in four cross-cultural samples (n = 3367): overall sex differences and the role of academic program in performance. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 42: 1005-14
Peters M, Reimers S, Manning JT. (2006) Hand preference for writing and associations with selected demographic and behavioral variables in 255,100 subjects: the BBC internet study. Brain and Cognition. 62: 177-89
Jäncke L, Baumann S, Koeneke S, et al. (2006) Neural control of playing a reversed piano: empirical evidence for an unusual cortical organization of musical functions. Neuroreport. 17: 447-51
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