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The Left-Hander Syndrome: The Causes & Consequences of Left-Handedness
by Stanley Coren

If you are among the 10% of people who are left-handed, you've likely had to endure inconvenience and ridicule since you were a child.

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Depending on your age, you may have been forced to "be right-handed" by caring parents, concerned relatives and solicitous teachers. As a baby you may have had to endure constant hand-slaps until you learned to use the right (or 'correct') hand. At school you may have been forced to write with your right hand. Surely the world around us is not made to accommodate anyone not right-handed. No matter what your experience, this book sheds a great deal of light on being left-handed.

Are all left handers, really left-handed? Is left-handedness acquired genetically or socially? Are southpaws more creative than their right-handed fellows? Why do left-handers seem to die younger than right-handers?

Any left-handed person, or the spouse, parent or friend of one, will be captivated by this eye-opening book.

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