Dr Marian Annett
Publications from 1999 (see link to Beh. Genet. 1999 below)
Annett. M. (2011). Dyslexia and handedness: Developmental and surface dyslexias are associated with different biases for handedness. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 112, 417-425. Link
Annett. M. (2009). The genetic basis of lateralization. In I.E.C. Sommer & R.S. Kahn (eds.) Language Lateralization and Psychosis. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Chap. 5, pp73-86. Link
Annett, M. (2009). Patterns of hand preference for pairs of actions and the classification of handedness. British Journal of Psychology, 100, 491-500. Link
Eglinton, E. & Annett, M. (2008). Good phonetic errors in poor spellers are associated with right-handedness and possible weak utilisation of visuospatial abilities. Cortex, 44, 737-745. Link
Annett, M. (2008). Tests of the right shift genetic model for two new samples of family handedness and for the data of McKeever (2000). Laterality, 13, 105-123.Link
Annett, M. (2006). The right shift theory of handedness and brain asymmetry in evolution, development and psychopathology. Cognition, Brain and Behavior. In press. Link
Annett, M. (2006). The distribution of handedness in chimpanzees: estimating right shift in Hopkins’ sample. Laterality, 11, 101-109.
Annett, M. & Moran, P (2006). Schizotypy is increased in mixed-handers, especially right-handed writers who use the left hand for primary actions. Schizophrenia Research. 81, 239-246. Link
Smythe, P. & Annett, M. (2006). Phonology and handedness in primary school: predictions of the right shift theory. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 47, 205-212. Link
Annett, M. (2004). Perceptions of the right shift theory. Cortex, 40, 143-150.
Annett, M. (2004). Hand preference observed in large healthy samples: Classification, norms and interpretations of increased non-right-handedness by the right shift theory. British Journal of Psychology, 95, 339-353. Link
Annett, M. (2003). Cerebral asymmetry in twins: predictions of the right shift theory. Neuropsychologia, 41, 469-479. Link
Annett, M. (2003). Do the French and the English differ for hand skill asymmetry? Handedness subgroups in the sample of Doyen and Carlier (2002) and in English schools and universities. Laterality, 8, 233-245.
Annett, M. (2003). Myths of first cause and asymmetries in human evolution. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 26, 208-209.
Annett, M. (2002). Handedness and Brain Asymmetry: The Right Shift Theory. Hove, UK: Psychology Press
Annett, M. (2002). Non-right-handedness and schizophrenia. British Journal of Psychiatry, 181, 349-350.
Annett, M. (2001). Subgroup handedness and the probability of nonright preference for foot or eye and of a nonright-handed parent. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 93, 911-914.
Annett, M. (2000). Predicting combinations of left and right asymmetries. Cortex, 26,485-505.
Annett, M. (1999). Eye dominance in families predicted by the right shift theory. Laterality, 4, 167-172.
Annett M. (1999). Handedness and lexical skills in undergraduates. Cortex, 35, 357-372.
Annett M. (1999). Left-handedness as a function of sex, maternal versus paternal inheritance and report bias. Behavior Genetics, 29, 103-114. Three appendices.
Annett, M. (1999). The theory of an agnosic right shift gene in schizophrenia and autism. Schizophrenia Research, 39, 177-182.