It is of certain theoretical and academic interest to learn whether persons who are right handed also tend to be right-eyed or visa versa. The question often comes up as to whether one who has marked ocular dominance tends to use the better eye or whether the eye being used most gets weaker or stronger. Data were available that could be analyzed to throw light on these problems which might be formulated into the following questions: 1. Is there a tendency for right-handed persons to be right-eyed and left-handed persons to be left-eyed? 2. Is the dominant eye the strongest eye?
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Palmer, Edward C.; Seiser, Marjorie; and Lauer, A. R.
"The Relation Between Ocular Dominance, Handidness, and Visual Acuity,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 54(1), 263-265.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/pias/vol54/iss1/40