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Holmes NP, Plainis S, Murray IJ (2000) Hemispheric asymmetries in perceptual-motor processing and the 'Space-Ship Plot': Simple reaction time to lateralised sinusoidal gratings. BSc Thesis, University of Manchester, 42pp.    
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