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We examined whether individual differences in hemispheric utilization can interact with the intrinsic attentional biases of the cerebral hemispheres. Evidence suggests that the hemispheres have competing biases to direct attention contralaterally, with the left hemisphere (LH) having a stronger bias than the right hemisphere. There is also evidence that individuals have characteristic biases to utilize one hemisphere more than the other for processing information, which can induce a bias todoi:10.1186/1471-2202-6-51 pmid:16120226 pmcid:PMC1208900 fatcat:w6vd5ysgdfgxtkr4deiby5cq6a