David P. Carey

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University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom 
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Johnstone LT, Karlsson EM, Carey DP. (2020) The validity and reliability of quantifying hemispheric specialisation using fMRI: Evidence from left and right handers on three different cerebral asymmetries. Neuropsychologia. 107331
Carey DP, Karlsson EM. (2019) A bright future for the study of multiple cerebral asymmetries?: Comment on "Phenotypes in hemispheric functional segregation? Perspectives and challenges" by Guy Vingerhoets. Physics of Life Reviews
Karlsson EM, Johnstone LT, Carey DP. (2019) The depth and breadth of multiple perceptual asymmetries in right handers and non-right handers. Laterality. 1-33
Króliczak G, Gonzalez CLR, Carey DP. (2019) Editorial: Manual Skills, Handedness, and the Organization of Language in the Brain. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 930
Johnstone LT, Carey DP. (2016) Do left hand reaction time advantages depend on localising unpredictable targets? Experimental Brain Research
Carey DP, Otto-de Haart EG, Buckingham G, et al. (2015) Are there right hemisphere contributions to visually-guided movement? Manipulating left hand reaction time advantages in dextrals. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1203
Yu Z. (2015) Indicators of satisfaction in clickers-aided EFL class. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 587
Buckingham G, Carey DP. (2014) Attentional asymmetries - cause or consequence of human right handedness? Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1587
Carey DP, Johnstone LT. (2014) Quantifying cerebral asymmetries for language in dextrals and adextrals with random-effects meta analysis. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1128
Main JC, Carey DP. (2014) One hand or the other? Effector selection biases in right and left handers. Neuropsychologia. 64: 300-309
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