Publications

Gonzalez, CL, van Rootselaar, N, Gibb, R. (2018). Sensorimotor lateralization scaffolds cognitive specializationProgress in Brain Research.


Flindall, JW, Gonzalez, CL. (2018). Wait wait, don’t tell me: Handedness questionnaires do not predict hand preference for grasping. Laterality: LAT-OP. (In Press).

Lam, MY, Blinch, J, Connors, EM, Doan, JB, Gonzalez, CL. (2018). Bimanual joint action: correlated timing or “bimanual” movements accomplished by two peopleExperimental Brain Research, 236, 2363–2375.

Blinch, J, Doan, JB, Gonzalez, CL. (2018).  Complexity of movement preparation and the spatiotemporal coupling of bimanual reach-to-grasp movementsExperimental Brain Research, 236, 1801-1813.

Coelho, LA, Gonzalez, CL. (2018).  Chubby hands or little fingers: sex differences in hand representation.  Psychological Research. 

Netelenbos N, Gibb RL, Li F, Gonzalez, CL. (2018).  Articulation Speaks to Executive Function: An Investigation in 4- to 6-Year-Olds.  Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 172.

Beke, C, Flindall, JW, Gonzalez, CL. (2018).  Kinematics of ventrally mediated grasp-to-eat actions: right-hand advantage is dependent on dorsal stream inputExperimental Brain Research, 236, 1621-1630.

Coelho, LA, Gonzalez, CL. (2017).  The visual and haptic contributions to hand perceptionPsychological Research.

Flindall, JW, Gonzalez, CL. (2017).  The inimitable mouth: task-dependent kinematic differences are independent of terminal precisionExperimental Brain Research, 235, 1945-1952.

Flindall JW, Gonzalez CL. (2016). The destination defines the journey: an examination of the kinematics of hand-to-mouth movements. Journal of Neurophysiology, 2105-2113.

Coelho LA, Zaninelli G, Gonzalez CL. (2016). A kinematic examination of hand perception. Psychological Research. [Epub ahead of print]

de Bruin N, Bryant DC, MacLean JN, Gonzalez C.L. (2016). Assessing visuospatial abilities in healthy aging: A novel visuomotor task. Frontiers in aging neuroscience, 8-9.


Stone, K. D., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2015). The contributions of vision and haptics to reaching and graspingFrontiers in psychology, 6.


Stone, K. D., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2015). Manual preferences for visually-and haptically-guided graspingActa psychologica160, 1-10.


Netelenbos, N., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2015). Is that graspable? Let your right hand be the judgeBrain and cognition93, 18-25.


Gonzalez, C. L., Li, F., Mills, K. J., Rosen, N., & Gibb, R. L. (2014). Speech in action: degree of hand preference for grasping predicts speech articulation competence in childrenFrontiers in psychology5.


Mills, K. J., Rousseau, B. R., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2014). A cross-sectional developmental examination of the SNARC effect in a visually-guided grasping taskNeuropsychologia58, 99-106.


Stone, K. D., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2014). Grasping without sight: insights from the congenitally blindPloS one9(10), e110175.


de Bruin, N., Bryant, D. C., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2015). “Left neglected,” but only in far space: spatial biases in healthy participants revealed in a visually guided grasping taskArm and Hand Movement: Current Knowledge and Future Perspective, 61.


Gonzalez, C. L., Flindall, J. W., & Stone, K. D. (2014). Hand preference across the lifespan: effects of end-goal, task nature, and object location. Frontiers in psychology5.


Gonzalez, C. L., Mills, K. J., Genee, I., Li, F., Piquette, N., Rosen, N., & Gibb, R. (2014). Getting the right grasp on executive functionFrontiers in Psychology5, 285.


Flindall, J. W., Stone, K. D., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2015). Evidence for right-hand feeding biases in a left-handed populationLaterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition20(3), 287-305.


Flindall, J. W., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2014). Eating interrupted: the effect of intent on hand-to-mouth actionsJournal of neurophysiology112(8), 2019-2025.


Stone, K. D., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2014). Grasping with the eyes of your hands: hapsis and vision modulate hand preferenceExperimental brain research232(2), 385-393.


Flindall, J. W., Doan, J. B., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2014). Manual asymmetries in the kinematics of a reach-to-grasp actionLaterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition19(4), 489-507.


Flindall, J. W., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2013). On the evolution of handedness: evidence for feeding biasesPloS one8(11), e78967.


Sacrey, L. A. R., Arnold, B., Whishaw, I. Q., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2013). Precocious hand use preference in reach‐to‐eat behavior versus manual construction in 1‐to 5‐year‐old childrenDevelopmental psychobiology,55(8), 902-911.


Stone, K. D., Bryant, D. C., & Gonzalez, C. L. (2013). Hand use for grasping in a bimanual task: evidence for different roles? Experimental brain research224(3), 455-467.