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Molfese, Dennis L;Segalowitz, Sidney J. Cerebral dominance, Brain - Growth, Laterality, Brain - physiology, Child Development - physiology, Cognition, Functional Laterality - physiology, Child, Infant, Dominance cérébrale, Cerveau - Croissance, Latéralité, Brain - Growth, Cerebral dominance, Laterality, Entwicklung, Hemisphärendominanz, Kind, Aufsatzsammlung, Brain Growth, Cerebral dominance, Laterality, Cognition in infancy & childhood. New York : Guilford Press. Internet Archive Books.
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Twenty children with autism were matched with 20 children with developmental delays and 20 normally developing children
Cite this publication. Twenty children with autism were matched with 20 children with developmental delays and 20 normally developing children. The groups were compared on measures of hand preference and motor skills. Results indicated that the lack of development of a hand preference in children with autism was not a direct function of their cognitive delay, as the children with developmental delays showed a dissimilar pattern of hand preference.
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Behavioral asymmetries in normal children. In D. Molfese and S. Segalowitz (Ed., Brain lateralization in children (pp. 84–169). Hynd . Sullivan H. and Kingsburg T. (1987). Regional cerebral blood flow in developmental dyslexia: Activation during reading in a surface and a deep dyslexic. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 20, 294–300. Hynd, . Semrud-Clikeman, . Lorys, . Novey, E. and Eliopulos, D. (in press). Archives of Neurology
In Molfese, Dennis . Segalowitz, Sidney J. Brain Lateralization in Children: Developmental Implications (1st e. New York: Guilford Press. p. 214. ISBN 0-89862-719-2.
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Segalowitz (Ed., Brain lateralization in children: Developmental implications. Brain developing during the preschool years. Archives of General Psychiatry, 63(5), 540–549. Shaw, . Gilliam, . Liverpool, . Weddle, . Malek, . Sharp, . & Giedd, J. (2011).
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Brain lateralization also affects nonverbal abilities. Molfese, D. & Segalowitz, S. J. (2012). Brain Lateralization in children: Developmental implications. Whitaker, H. A. (2010).
Are early hemispheric differences important for normal development? Can they be used to predict long-term outcomes or disabilities, such as delayed language or learning disabilities? Do children with abnormal patterns of lateralization develop normally? Toward answering such clinically relevant questions, this volume is a comprehensive summary of state-of-the-art research on cerebral asymmetries in developmental psychology and education.
A complete single-volume reference, each section in this outstanding book provides an overview of the issues, describes relevant research techniques, and critically reviews the literature. Almost every chapter has a literature review table that gives the reader a comprehensive summary of work done to date. Topics covered include: basic physiological issues in the development of functional differences; the relationship between lateral brain organization and a normal child's intellectual, emotional, and educational development; the role of handedness in development; and developmental difficulties such as reading and learning disabilities, depression, deafness, delayed language development, and autism.