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On the other hand: including left-handers in cognitive neuroscience and neurogenetics
RM Willems, LV der Haegen, SE Fisher, C Francks
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 15 (3), 193-201, 2014
2662014
Complementary hemispheric specialization for language production and visuospatial attention
Q Cai, L Van der Haegen, M Brysbaert
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (4), E322-E330, 2013
2112013
A surface-based analysis of language lateralization and cortical asymmetry
DN Greve, L Van der Haegen, Q Cai, S Stufflebeam, MR Sabuncu, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (9), 1477-1492, 2013
1932013
New human-specific brain landmark: the depth asymmetry of superior temporal sulcus
F Leroy, Q Cai, SL Bogart, J Dubois, O Coulon, K Monzalvo, C Fischer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (4), 1208-1213, 2015
1642015
Praxis and language are linked: evidence from co-lateralization in individuals with atypical language dominance
G Vingerhoets, AS Alderweireldt, P Vandemaele, Q Cai, ...
Cortex 49 (1), 172-183, 2013
1152013
Further fMRI validation of the visual half field technique as an indicator of language laterality: A large-group analysis
L Van der Haegen, Q Cai, R Seurinck, M Brysbaert
Neuropsychologia 49 (10), 2879-2888, 2011
802011
Colateralization of Broca’s area and the visual word form area in left-handers: fMRI evidence
L Van der Haegen, Q Cai, M Brysbaert
Brain and language 122 (3), 171-178, 2012
762012
Speech dominance is a better predictor of functional brain asymmetry than handedness: A combined fMRI word generation and behavioral dichotic listening study
L Van der Haegen, R Westerhausen, K Hugdahl, M Brysbaert
Neuropsychologia 51 (1), 91-97, 2013
642013
Blinking predicts enhanced cognitive control
ME van Bochove, L Van der Haegen, W Notebaert, T Verguts
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 13 (2), 346-354, 2013
602013
Combining user logging with eye tracking for interactive and dynamic applications
K Ooms, A Coltekin, P De Maeyer, L Dupont, S Fabrikant, A Incoul, ...
Behavior research methods 47 (4), 977-993, 2015
472015
Laterality for recognizing written words and faces in the fusiform gyrus covaries with language dominance
R Gerrits, L Van der Haegen, M Brysbaert, G Vingerhoets
Cortex 117, 196-204, 2019
452019
How does interhemispheric communication in visual word recognition work? Deciding between early and late integration accounts of the split fovea theory
L Van der Haegen, M Brysbaert, CJ Davis
Brain and language 108 (2), 112-121, 2009
282009
Symmetry detection in typically and atypically speech lateralized individuals: A visual half-field study
A Verma, L Van der Haegen, M Brysbaert
Neuropsychologia 51 (13), 2611-2619, 2013
252013
The relationship between behavioral language laterality, face laterality and language performance in left-handers
L Van der Haegen, M Brysbaert
PloS one 13 (12), e0208696, 2018
232018
The Split Fovea Theory and the Leicester critique: What do the data say?
L Van der Haegen, D Drieghe, M Brysbaert
Neuropsychologia 48 (1), 96-106, 2010
192010
Interhemispheric communication influences reading behavior
L Van der Haegen, Q Cai, MA Stevens, M Brysbaert
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (9), 1442-1452, 2013
162013
What can atypical language hemispheric specialization tell us about cognitive functions?
Q Cai, L Van der Haegen
Neuroscience Bulletin 31 (2), 220-226, 2015
152015
Language lateralisation measured across linguistic and national boundaries
M Hausmann, M Brysbaert, L Van der Haegen, J Lewald, K Specht, ...
Cortex 111, 134-147, 2019
132019
7 Brain asymmetry and visual word recognition
M Brysbaert, Q Cai, L Van der Haegen
Visual Word Recognition Volume 1: Models and Methods, Orthography and …, 2012
132012
Genome sequencing for rightward hemispheric language dominance
A Carrion‐Castillo, L Van der Haegen, N Tzourio‐Mazoyer, T Kavaklioglu, ...
Genes, Brain and Behavior 18 (5), e12572, 2019
122019
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