Right- and left-handed brain-intact adults wrote a set of sentences in norm
al script using either the right or left hand followed by the same sentence
s in mirror-reversed script using either the same or opposite hand. Greater
accuracy of mirror writing was found when the opposite hand than when the
same hand was used as that used for normal writing. The findings are interp
reted as support for an ipsilateral hemisphere-hand control over mirror wri
ting performance, (C) 1999 Academic Press.