The effects of mothers' past infant-holding preferences on their adult children's face processing lateralisation

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Vervloed, M.P.J.; Hendriks, A.W.C.J.; Eijnde, E. van den;

Face processing development is negatively affected when infants have not been exposed to faces for some time because of congenital cataract blocking all vision (Le Grand, Mondloch, Maurer, & Brent, 2001). It is not clear, however, whether more subtle differences in face... View more
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