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Handedness and Mental Abilities an Historical Reader
Robert W. Rieber
by AMS Press
Written in English
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In his book Right-Hand, Left-Hand, Chris McManus of University College London argues that the proportion of left-handers is increasing and left-handed people as a group have historically produced an above-average quota of high achievers. He says that left-handers' brains are structured differently (in a way that increases their range of abilities) and the genes that determine left-handedness.
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Overall it's a really fun book and I highly recommend it if you like well made comics or historical fiction.5/5(6). Introduction Trisomy 21 is the most common form of genetic mental retardation. 1 Left-hand use has been associated with developmental problems, probably with a genetic origin, 2 but the impact of Author: Dorothy Vera Margaret Bishop.
Herrmann (), and other scholars, again emphasized that humans were born with certain mental abilities, that everybody had strong and weak sides; and the tendency to use the dominant brain.
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It’s not easy fitting into a right-handed world when you’re a left-handed person. But, amazingly, some of the brightest people in history were left-handed: even some presidents like Obama and some great athletes.
Some left-handed people have the added talent of being ambidextrous: they can write and do things with both hands. Gracie is left-handed. She can only write, color and scoop ice Author: Emily-Jane Hills Orford.
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Rik Smits uncovers why history has been so unkind to our left-handed forebears. Through an array of historical anecdotes, strange superstitions and old wives' tales, Smits explains why left-handedness continues to be associated with maladies of all kinds, including mental retardation, alcoholism, asthma, hay fever, diabetes, insomnia, suicidal /5(11).
Spatial abilities are also not unitary, and there are a least four separatable components to spatial abilities. One of these components involves spatial perception. If you were a subject in an experiment looking at some of these differences, you might be given what is called the “rod and frame test.” (It is an old test that has been around.Find The Sociology of Mental Illness: A Comprehensive Reader by Jane McLeod et al at over 30 bookstores.
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