Handedness in autism: Two meta-analyses

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An elevated prevalence of atypical handedness (left-, mixed- or non-right-handedness) has been repeatedly reported in individuals with autism (IA) compared to typically developing individuals (TDI). However, the exact magnitude of this difference remains unknown. Moreover, such differences are not always to be found when individuals who are within the autism spectrum but are high-functioning are c...


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