M Philip Bryden

University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada 
"M Bryden"


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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
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
Voyer D, Voyer S, Bryden MP. (1995) Magnitude of sex differences in spatial abilities: a meta-analysis and consideration of critical variables. Psychological Bulletin. 117: 250-70
Batt V, Underwood G, Bryden MP. (1995) Inspecting asymmetric presentations of words differing in informational and morphemic structure. Brain and Language. 49: 202-23
Grimshaw GM, Bryden MP, Finegan JAK. (1995) Relations between prenatal testosterone and cerebral lateralization in children Neuropsychology. 9: 68-79
Bryden MP, Bulman-Fleming MB. (1994) Laterality effects in normal subjects: evidence for interhemispheric interactions. Behavioural Brain Research. 64: 119-29
Grimshaw GM, McManus IC, Bryden MP. (1994) Controlling for Stimulus Dominance in Dichotic Listening Tests: A Modification of λ Neuropsychology. 8: 278-283
Grimshaw G, Bryden M. (1994) Genetic influences on the environment Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 17: 750-751
Voyer D, Bryden MP. (1993) Masking and visual field effects on a lateralized rod-and-frame test. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Expã©Rimentale. 47: 27-37
Mondor TA, Bryden MP. (1992) On the relation between visual spatial attention and visual field asymmetries. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. a, Human Experimental Psychology. 44: 529-55
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