On the presentation and relevance of laterality: a study of psychosis
Leask, Stuart J. (2003) On the presentation and relevance of laterality: a study of psychosis. DM thesis, University of Nottingham.
A discussion of concepts of lateralization and handedness is followed by an examination of the three-way relationships between lateralization of brain function, level of function, and schizophrenia. It is proposed that conventional examinations of such relationships, using lateralization indices, can be unenlightening or even misleading, and that alternative approaches are preferable.
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