The left-hander syndrome: the causes and consequences of left-handedness

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Free Press, 1992 - Psychology - 308 pages
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New discoveries reveal that left-handedness is only one component of a much larger complex. Different in many ways from their right-handed counterparts, left-handers suffer from a variety of physical and psychological problems, and die earlier. But they be more creative and intelligent in some spheres. 33 illustrations.

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User Review  - lmeza - LibraryThing

Finally! It was okay, but being a left-handed myself I found the book bothersome. While some people delight in the fact of encountering a left-handed and believe that we are smarter, this book is the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Leyla - Goodreads

Finally! It was okay, but being a left-handed myself I found the book bothersome. While some people delight in the fact of encountering a left-handed and believe that we are smarter, this book is the ... Read full review

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Contents

Beliefs and Stereotypes About Handedness
1
The Lopsided Animal
22
Measuring Sidedness
34
Copyright

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