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Figure 2

From: Does left-handedness confer resistance to spatial bias?

Figure 2

Individuals' Oldfield Handedness Questionnaire Scores plotted against Drowsiness Bias Score ((Drowsy left error % - Alert left error %) – (Drowsy right error % - Alert right error%)).

Right-handers have more consistent handedness scores and typically a rightward drowsiness bias on the task whilst non-right-handers have less consistency in handedness scores and are more likely to show a leftward drowsiness bias.

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