Effects of handedness on consistency of lateralisation (Chpt 4)

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Description: Data and analysis of functional transcranial doppler sonography (fTCD) data from Chapter 4 of thesis. This study investigates the effects of handedness on consistency of lateralisation between tasks.


This fTCD data was acquired in 2014/2015 for a DPhil project (Chapter 4). The student recruited N=231 participants. Useable data was acquired from N=215 of these participants. Two tasks were used: word generation (wordgen) and pyramids and palm trees (PPTT). All participants performed wordgen, but only N=156 of these performed the PPTT. After cleaning the data, we had N=151 participants with data...


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