Request for a summary of the results of a psych paper

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Request for a summary of the results of a psych paper

I've come across the name of this paper and would like to see a summary of the results. Unfortunatly I google'd and could not find a link that does not require a subscribtion.

 

It's called:

 

AJ Giannini, ME Barringer, MC Giannini, RH Loiselle. Lack of relationship between handedness and intuitive and intellectual (rationalistic) modes of information processing. Journal of General Psychology. 111:31-37 1984

 

 

 

 


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Cpt_pineapple wrote:AJ

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AJ Giannini, ME Barringer, MC Giannini, RH Loiselle. Lack of relationship between handedness and intuitive and intellectual (rationalistic) modes of information processing. Journal of General Psychology. 111:31-37 1984

THATS its name? ...

 

My sources typically dont deal with illegal versions of medical papers, but ill see what i can pull up

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The Doomed Soul wrote: My

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My sources typically dont deal with illegal versions of medical papers, but ill see what i can pull up

 

 

Not looking for an illegal copy just a summary of the results.

 

And I'm sure your sources deal with torture techniques.

 

 

 

 


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Cpt_pineapple wrote:Not

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Not looking for an illegal copy just a summary of the results.

Yes... but you dont want to PAY for these results, that an the copyright issues and all that legal mumbojumbo. Suffice to say, its gonna be illegal, like it or not!

Chances are, if i find anything on it, its gonna be the whole friggin paper

 

 

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And I'm sure your sources deal with torture techniques.

... guilty... but not what i was reffering to

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The Doomed Soul wrote:Yes...

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Yes... but you dont want to PAY for these results, that an the copyright issues and all that legal mumbojumbo. Suffice to say, its gonna be illegal, like it or not!

Chances are, if i find anything on it, its gonna be the whole friggin paper

 

 

 

Citing a study isn't illegal. News media do it all the time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Cpt_pineapple wrote:Citing a

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Citing a study isn't illegal. News media do it all the time.

Then by all means, search FOX news' home page for your paper

 

 

 

I thought you wanted the ACTUAL results of the study, not a few quibbling lines from a third party?

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I searched that on Web of

I searched that on Web of Science using my university's access and found the link to the article. That link is broken. And the article archives of the publisher doesn't extend back to 1984. Sorry, but that article might not be on the internet.

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Jormungander wrote:I

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I searched that on Web of Science using my university's access and found the link to the article. That link is broken. And the article archives of the publisher doesn't extend back to 1984. Sorry, but that article might not be on the internet.

 

I suspected as much.

 

I couldn't find a lot either and I highly doubt my local university has a hard copy.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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 I also did a thorough

 I also did a thorough search of the database and couldn't find the article you're referencing.  The UGA library only has this journal available since 1997, volume 124.

 

 

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The earliest article I could

The earliest article I could find on University database for JGP was 1986 ~ sorry

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Jormungander wrote:might not

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might not be on the internet.

 

Blasphemy!

 

 

 

 

And Pineapple, i may have found a version... thats in a foreign language (romanian?) and was put through an OLD scanner so its in a picture format, ill do some translating and see if its even the real deal

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I found the article at my

I found the article at my university library. It is a pdf of a scanned version, which now sits on my computer.


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KSMB wrote:I found the

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I found the article at my university library. It is a pdf of a scanned version, which now sits on my computer.

 

... is it in english? cause im lazy and wanna stop typing shit out for translation

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And Pineapple, i may have found a version... thats in a foreign language (romanian?) and was put through an OLD scanner so its in a picture format, ill do some translating and see if its even the real deal

 

 

You speak Romanian?

 

 

KSMB wrote:

I found the article at my university library. It is a pdf of a scanned version, which now sits on my computer.

 

Can I have exactly what they tested for and the results plz?

 

 

 


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Cpt_pineapple wrote:You

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You speak Romanian?

 

Only SPEAK engrish! and read a couple different languages though, im down right terrible in the verbal department

I can however recognize a language, and put it through a translation program (lazy shit, remember)

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 Hmmm...Dare I ask where

 Hmmm...

Dare I ask where you're headed with this?  Were you just looking for backing to the claim that handedness and information processing styles are not correlated, or is this part of a larger task?

 

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Hambydammit wrote:

 Hmmm...

Dare I ask where you're headed with this?  Were you just looking for backing to the claim that handedness and information processing styles are not correlated, or is this part of a larger task?

 

 

I saw the study referenced while I was doing some research on intuition. My university library website is a tangled mess and is rather small, so I thought another one would have it and lots of people here are at one university or another.

 

 

But I got what I wanted, and I don't feel the need to re-enforce "the married coupled" view here. 

 

 

 

 

 


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Ran across this article

Ran across this article today and thought of you ~ not exactly what you were looking for but I thought it was interesting.

 

http://www.medpagetoday.com/Psychiatry/GeneralPsychiatry/18113

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