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(c) 2001-2003 Handedness Research Institute :

The Handedness Research Institute holds the legal copyright on all materials published on this website, unless otherwise noted.

No part of this website may be reproduced in any format without prior written permision from the Handedness Research Institute.

 W H A T   I S   A   C O P Y R I G H T ?  
A copyright is a form of legal protection under United States law (Title 17, U.S. Code) to authors for "original works" - these include artwork, literary work, film, sound recordings, photographs, etc. The owner of the copyright has the exclusive right (and can authorize others) to reproduce this work (Section 106, 1976 Copyright Act).

I N T E R N A T I O N A L   L E G A L   P R O T E C T I O N
Copyrights are protected internationally through two primary international copyright conventions (the Berne Union for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Property and the Universal Copyright Convention), and other agreements (including the Buenos Aires Convention, SAT, UCC Geneva, UCC Paris, WTO, and bilateral copyright relations).

 E D U C A T I O N A L   "F A I R   U S E"   P O L I C Y  
The doctrine of "Fair Use" (Section 107, 1976 Copyright Act) allows critics, reviewers, educators to use small bits of work (giving reference to the source) under certain conditions. To learn more about copyright law, go to the United States Copyright Office web site.

If you have questions about fair use, as the Register of Copyrights states, "The safest course is always to get permission from the copyright owner before using copyrighted material." (Fair Use circular FL102, PDF).

 H O W   T O   C I T E   T H I S   S O U R C E  
If any of the Institutes materials are used in a review or for educational purposes, below are examples of how to cite :

T O   A C C O M P A N Y   I M A G E
(c) 2003 Handedness Research Institute, handedness.org

       or, where other credit is given:

(c) 2003 M.K. Holder, handedness.org

A S   S O U R C E   W I T H I N   T E X T   R E F E R E N C E :
(Handedness Research Institute, 2003)  - or-   ([last name of author/s], 2003)

For example, if you write an article, report, or review that uses information or concepts learned here, HRI should be referenced as the source.   If the same wording as found on this website is used, these words should be placed within quotation marks and followed by the reference.

F O R M A T   F O R   B I B L I O G R A P H I C   C I T A T I O N :
[Author's lastname], [author's initials]  ([year]).  [Title of web page or PDF].  Retrieved [day] [month], [year], from [name of company, university, or center] Web site: [list full URL].
E X A M P L E S :
if no author given :

Handedness Research Institute.  (2002).  Handedness Research Institute | Education.   Retrieved 17 September, 2002, from the Handedness Research Institute Web site: http://handedness.org/education.html

if author given :

Holder, M.K. (2002).  Parents' Guide to Handedness.  Retrieved 17 September, 2002, from the Handedness Research Institute Web site: http://handedness.org/education/papers/parentsguide.pdf

TIP :  The official TITLE for any web page is found at the top of your brower window.   The URL is found in a top browser window called "location" (in Netscape) or "address" (in Explorer).

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For permission to reproduce any part of this website (text content, photographs, graphics), in any medium (print, Internet, CD-ROM media), please direct inquiries to:

Dr. M.K. Holder, Director
Handedness Research Institute
Hillcrest Psychology Research Center
674 East Cottage Grove Avenue, Suite 222
Bloomington, IN 47408 USA
FAX:  812.855.4691

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