Gillian Forrester
Gillian Forrester
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Functional localization of the system for visuospatial attention using positron emission tomography.
AC Nobre, GN Sebestyen, DR Gitelman, MM Mesulam, RS Frackowiak, ...
Brain: a journal of neurology 120 (3), 515-533, 1997
10781997
The dynamics of shifting visuospatial attention revealed by event-related potentials
AC Nobre, GN Sebestyen, C Miniussi
Neuropsychologia 38 (7), 964-974, 2000
2542000
Human handedness: an inherited evolutionary trait
GS Forrester, C Quaresmini, DA Leavens, D Mareschal, MSC Thomas
Behavioural Brain Research 237, 200-206, 2013
702013
Target animacy influences gorilla handedness
GS Forrester, DA Leavens, C Quaresmini, G Vallortigara
Animal Cognition 14 (6), 903-907, 2011
582011
Target animacy influences chimpanzee handedness
GS Forrester, C Quaresmini, DA Leavens, C Spiezio, G Vallortigara
Animal cognition 15 (6), 1121-1127, 2012
532012
Social environment elicits lateralized behaviors in gorillas (Gorilla gorilla gorilla) and chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes).
C Quaresmini, GS Forrester, C Spiezio, G Vallortigara
Journal of Comparative Psychology 128 (3), 276, 2014
512014
A multidimensional approach to investigations of behaviour: revealing structure in animal communication signals
GS Forrester
Animal Behaviour 76 (5), 1749-1760, 2008
392008
Face recognition as a function of social attention in non-human primates: an ERP study
JA Pineda, G Sebestyen, C Nava
Cognitive Brain Research 2 (1), 1-12, 1994
331994
Filtering of distractors during visual search studied by positron emission tomography
AC Nobre, GN Sebestyen, DR Gitelman, CD Frith, MM Mesulam
Neuroimage 16 (4), 968-976, 2002
272002
Handedness as a marker of cerebral lateralization in children with and without autism
GS Forrester, R Pegler, MSC Thomas, D Mareschal
Behavioural Brain Research 268, 14-21, 2014
252014
Social environment elicits lateralized navigational paths in two populations of typically developing children
GS Forrester, M Crawley, C Palmer
Brain and cognition 91, 21-27, 2014
212014
Structured bimanual actions and hand transfers reveal population-level right-handedness in captive gorillas
E Tabiowo, GS Forrester
Animal Behaviour 86 (5), 1049-1057, 2013
182013
The left cradling bias: An evolutionary facilitator of social cognition?
GS Forrester, R Davis, D Mareschal, G Malatesta, BK Todd
Cortex 118, 116-131, 2019
172019
Slip of the tongue: Implications for evolution and language development
GS Forrester, A Rodriguez
Cognition 141, 103-111, 2015
162015
A comparative perspective on lateral biases and social behavior
GS Forrester, BK Todd
Progress in brain research 238, 377-403, 2018
82018
Hand, limb, and other motor preferences
GS Forrester
Lateralized Brain Functions, 121-152, 2017
52017
The right hand man: manual laterality and language
GS Forrester, C Quaresmini
Behavioral Lateralization in Vertebrates, 125-141, 2013
52013
An analysis of bimanual actions in natural feeding of semi‐wild chimpanzees
GS Forrester, B Rawlings, M Davila‐Ross
American journal of physical anthropology 159 (1), 85-92, 2016
42016
Received cradling bias during the first year of life: A retrospective study on children with typical and atypical development
G Malatesta, D Marzoli, F Apicella, C Abiuso, F Muratori, GS Forrester, ...
Frontiers in Psychiatry 11, 91, 2020
32020
What is universal and what differs in language development?
GS Forrester, MSC Thomas
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (8), 922-927, 2015
32015
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