Patterns of Hemispheric Perceptual Asymmetries: Left Hemispatial Biases Predict Changes in Anxiety and Positive Affect in Undergraduate Women

Zachary R. Voelz, Faruk Gencoz, Tulin Gencoz, Jeremy W. Pettit, Marisol Perez, Thomas E. Joiner

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