Hippocampal and amygdalar in relation to handedness in adults aged 60-64
We evaluated the association between handedness and manual tracings of hippocampal and amygdalar volumes. Brain MRI and handedness data were obtained for 441 community dwelling participants aged 60-64 years of whom 31 were left-handed. Both absolute and normalized hippocampal volumes were larger in left-handed women than right-handed women. Hippocampal volume was not associated with handedness in men, and amygdalar volume was not associated with handedness in men or women. There was no...[Show more]
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