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2012Are left-handers really more anxious?Wright, Lynn; Hardie, Scott M.Journal Article
20-Feb-2014Differences between left- and right-handers in approach/avoidance motivation: influence of consistency of handedness measuresHardie, Scott M.; Wright, LynnJournal Article
Jun-2013Influences of lateral preference and personality on behaviour towards a manual sorting taskWright, Lynn; Watt, Susan; Hardie, Scott M.Journal Article
3-Feb-2015Left-handers look before they leap: handedness influences reactivity to novel Tower of Hanoi tasksWright, Lynn; Hardie, Scott M.Journal Article
2011“Not ready to sort it yet”: revised reinforcement sensitivity theory (rRST) predicts left-handed behavioural inhibition during a manual sorting taskWright, Lynn; Hardie, Scott M.Journal Article
Apr-2004Pause before you respond: handedness influences response style on the Tower of Hanoi taskWright, Lynn; Hardie, Scott M.; Rodway, PaulJournal Article
Dec-2003The valence-specific laterality effect in free viewing conditions: the influence of sex, handedness, and response biasRodway, Paul; Wright, Lynn; Hardie, Scott M.Journal Article
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