Lauren Julius Harris

Affiliations: 
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
Area:
early childhood CNS development, lateralization, hemispheric asymmetries, History of Neuroscience & Psychology
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Roalf DR, Gur RE, Ruparel K, et al. (2014) Within-individual variability in neurocognitive performance: age- and sex-related differences in children and youths from ages 8 to 21. Neuropsychology. 28: 506-18
Cárdenas RA, Harris LJ, Adams RB. (2013) Are babies' faces cues to their parents' fitness? Social Cognition. 31: 649-655
Cárdenas RA, Harris LJ, Becker MW. (2013) Sex differences in visual attention toward infant faces Evolution and Human Behavior. 34: 280-287
Harris LJ. (2012) Theory and research on the development of handedness Bias in Human Behavior. 11-40
Harris LJ. (2010) In fencing, what gives left-handers the edge? Views from the present and the distant past. Laterality. 15: 15-55
Harris LJ. (2010) On teaching infants "the right use of their hands": Advice and reassurance from Mary Palmer Tyler's The Maternal Physician (1811). Laterality. 15: 4-14
Harris LJ, Cárdenas RA, Spradlin MP, et al. (2010) Why are infants held on the left? A test of the attention hypothesis with a doll, a book, and a bag. Laterality. 15: 548-71
Harris LJ. (2010) Side biases for holding and carrying infants: Reports from the past and possible lessons for today. Laterality. 15: 56-135
Harris LJ, Cardénas RA, Spradlin MP, et al. (2009) Adults' preferences for side-of-hold as portrayed in paintings of the Madonna and Child. Laterality. 14: 590-617
Harris LJ, Almerigi JB. (2009) Probing the human brain with stimulating electrodes: the story of Roberts Bartholow's (1874) experiment on Mary Rafferty. Brain and Cognition. 70: 92-115
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