Left-handed people comprise about 10 percent of the population, but the reason for left-handedness is uncertain. Genetics is about 25 percent responsible, according to a study published in 2009 in the journal Neuropsycho... More »

While cats don't write or perform other activities that might make it obvious whether they favor one paw or another, a team of psychological researchers from Northern Ireland's Queen's University Belfast suggest that a c... More »

The banning of left-handed playing in a game of polo is for safety reasons in order to avoid the likelihood of a head-on collision between players. As a left-handed player and a right-handed player head for the ball, the... More »

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