Bias in Human Behavior

Tanusree Dutta (Editor)
Psychology Section, M.M.V., B.H.U., Varanasi

Series: Perspectives on Cognitive Psychology, Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY000000

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One of the major goals of side bias is to understand the relationship between the functioning of the brain and a person’s behavior. Often at times it becomes difficult or unethical to directly study the nervous system during a behavior and therefore indirect methods are used instead. This book has many facets, many explanations, many techniques and many unanswered questions and scope for future research. This book intends to address each of these issues so that a comprehensive reading of the subject matter is made available to academicians, researchers, and other interested in this issue. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

1. Aspects of Side Bias
(Dutta, T. (Indian Institute of Management, Ranchi), Mandal, M. K. and Kumar, S.

2. Theory and Research on The Development of Handedness (Lauren Julius Harris, Department of Psychology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan)

3. Educational Achievement & other Controversial Issues In Left-Handedness: A Neuropsychological & Psychiatric View (Maryam Noroozian, Behrang Shadloo, Alia Shakiba and Pouria Panahi, Neuroscience Department, School of Advanced Medical Technologies,
Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran)

4. Human Handedness in Twins: An Overview
(Syuichi Ooki, Ishikawa Prefectural, Nursing University, Ishikawa, Japan)
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5. Human Handedness: typical and atypical development
(Paula Cristina, Dos Santos Rodrigues, Rua da Fonte Branca, Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal)

6. Development of hand preference and performance
(P.J. Bryden, S.M. Scharoun and Dargavel, Kinesiology and Physical Education, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, ON)

7. Side Bias in Human Performance: a Review on the Left-handers’ Advantage in Sports
(Florian Loffing and Norbert Hagemann, University of Kassel, Institute of Sports and Sports Science, Kassel, Germany)

8. Left-handed Surgeons
(Kavita Jain, I. Michael Leitman, Prasad S. Adusumilli, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY, USA)

9. Handedness and Occupational Injuries
(Simo Salminen, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Helsinki, Finland)

10. Side bias and Indian sculptures
(Braj bhushan, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India)

11. Interaction of Executive Functions and Perceptual Biases—Age and Praxis as Evidence
(Takio, Fiia & Hämäläinen, Heikki, University of Turku, Department of Behavioural Sciences and Philosophy Division of Psychology, Turku, Finland)

12. Emotion Lateralization: Theories, Paradigms, and Processing Modes
(Thomas E. Myers, Jamie Twaite, Erica P. Meltzer, Ella B. Teague and Joan C. Borod, Department of Psychology, Queens College and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY) and others)

13. Bias in socio-cognitive and linguistic function in williams syndrome
(Papaeliou, C.F., Polemikou, A. & Michaelides, K., Department of Sciences of the Preschool Education and of the educational Planning, School of Humanities, University of the Aegean, Greece)

14. Hemispheric imbalance in mania and adhd: evidence from the brain and from behavioral asymmetries
(Claude M.J. Braun and Yanick Leblanc-Sirois, Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Quebec at Montreal ( UQAM ), French North America)

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