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The effect of mirror-reflection on chirality and handedness can be explained without social psychology - Commentary on Navon on mirror-reversal

Burgess, N; (2001) The effect of mirror-reflection on chirality and handedness can be explained without social psychology - Commentary on Navon on mirror-reversal. PSYCOLOQUY , 12 (31) pp. 1-5. Green open access

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Title: The effect of mirror-reflection on chirality and handedness can be explained without social psychology - Commentary on Navon on mirror-reversal
Open access status: An open access version is available from UCL Discovery
Keywords: Social Sciences, Psychology, Multidisciplinary, Psychology, spatial cognition, mirror vision, mirror reversal, left-right reversal, perceptual frame of reference, object perception, frontal encounter
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