PICK A HAND, ANY HAND: MIXED-HANDEDNESS AND NIGHT-SKY WATCHING IN A COLLEGE STUDENT SAMPLE

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					PICK A HAND, ANY HAND: MIXED-HANDEDNESS AND NIGHT-SKY WATCHING IN A
William E Kelly
College Student Journal; Mar 2009; 43, 1; Do
				
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Description: This study explored the relationship between handedness and interest in night-sky watching. University students (N= 128) completed the Edinburgh Handedness Inventory (Oldfield, 1971) and the Noctcaelador Inventory (Kelly, 2004). The findings indicated that mixed-handed participants scored highest on noctcaelador relative to those classified as either left or right-handed. The results and suggestions for future research are discussed. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
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