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Do we think differently when we are left-handed?

Is it because they are an extreme minority (about 10% of the population) that left-handed people are accused of being clumsier, more fragile, less intelligent, and even more brainy? Indeed, there are several voices that are raised that they, on the contrary, will be stronger in mathematics and more gifted in sports, but whatever it is, left-handed people still raise as many questions, and perhaps even more, when they are born. pure right-handed family (3% of cases).

However, on medical images, right-handed and left-handed brains are so close that it is impossible for scientists to distinguish them at a glance. Researchers from the Bordeaux Neurofunctional Imaging Group (GIN) have thus shown that each hemisphere of the brain has its own characteristics, but that the commonalities between left-handers and right-handers are indeed far greater than their rather subtle differences. “From a structural point of view…

Source: Le Figaro

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