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.