Malcolm A. Jeeves

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University of St Andrews, Saint Andrews, Scotland, United Kingdom 
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Brown WS, Jeeves MA, Dietrich R, et al. (1999) Bilateral field advantage and evoked potential interhemispheric transmission in commissurotomy and callosal agenesis. Neuropsychologia. 37: 1165-80
Moes PE, Jeeves MA, Norman WD. (1996) The role of attention in visual bilateral matching tasks. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 32: 631-46
Jeeves MA, Moes P. (1996) Interhemispheric transfer time differences related to aging and gender. Neuropsychologia. 34: 627-36
Ludwig TE, Jeeves MA. (1996) Maximizing the bilateral field advantage on verbal and nonverbal matching tasks. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 32: 131-41
Moes P, Jeeves MA, Cook K. (1995) Bimanual Coordination With Aging: Implications for Interhemispheric Transfer Developmental Neuropsychology. 11: 23-40
Brown WS, Larson EB, Jeeves MA. (1994) Directional asymmetries in interhemispheric transmission time: evidence from visual evoked potentials. Neuropsychologia. 32: 439-48
Brown WS, Jeeves MA. (1993) Bilateral visual field processing and evoked potential interhemispheric transmission time. Neuropsychologia. 31: 1267-81
Ludwig TE, Jeeves MA, Norman WD, et al. (1993) The bilateral field advantage on a letter-matching task. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 29: 691-713
Norman WD, Jeeves MA, Milne A, et al. (1992) Hemispheric interactions: the bilateral advantage and task difficulty. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 28: 623-42
Jeeves MA. (1992) Compensatory mechanisms--neural and behavioural: evidence from prenatal damage to the forebrain commissures. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology. 325: 153-68
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