The Hand Dominance Questionnaire (HDQ) consists of 14 items that assess the handedness of the individual as it pertains to various tasks.
The HDQ consists of 14 items.
Thirteen of these items are rated on a 3-point Likert scale as follows:
One item is rated on a 2-point scale as follows:
The HDQ yields 1 total score. Description of the scales and item loadings are listed below. Scale scores are calculated as the sum of respective items. No items are reverse scored.
|SCALE NAME (ABBR.)||ITEM LOADINGS|
|HDQ Total Score||1-14|
Chapman, L. J., & Chapman, J. P. (1987). The measurement of handedness. Brain and Cognition, 6, 175-183.
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