Table S3 from Facing each other: mammal mothers and infants prefer the position favouring right hemisphere processing

Positional preferences of Pacific walrus calves when floating on the side of its vertically oriented mother prior to diving for underwater suckling. The visual field in which the calf kept its mother was recorded. Discrete responses were obtained as follows: after a single choice of lateral position was registered, a subsequent choice was taken into account only after the pair had separated by a distance more than one adult animal length, when the calf again approached the mother.