Laurie Sykes Tottenham

Associate Professor

Office: AH 328
Phone: 306-585-4194
Fax: 306-585-4772

Research interests
Research interests pertain to the neuropsychological bases of individual differences in emotional and spatial abilities, with particular emphasis on functional lateralization, and activational and organizational sex hormone effects. Research techniques include salivary enzyme immunoassays (conducted on-site, to assess circulating hormone concentrations) and behavioural testing.

Representative Publications

Hatin, B., & Sykes Tottenham, L. (2016). The relationship between line bisection performance and emotion processing: Where do you draw the line? Laterality, 21,709-731. doi: 10.1080/1357650X.2015.1134564 (impact factor: 1.356; 1)
Hatin, B., & Sykes Tottenham, L. (2016). What’s in a line? Verbal, facial, and emotional influences on the line bisection task. Laterality, 21, 689-708. doi:10.1080/1357650X.2015.1134562 (impact factor: 1.356; 2)
Hatin, B., Sykes Tottenham, L., & Oriet, C. (2012). The relationship between collisions and pseudoneglect: Is it right? Cortex, 48(8), 997-1008. (5.128; 16)

Laboratory Facilities

Shared large multi-room behavioural testing facility, and shared saliva collection and analysis facilities (CFI funded).