Emotion Is Reversed in the Brains of Left Handers

Psychologists have always assumed that the way emotions are organized in the brain is the same for all of us. But now, a new study suggests that left-handers process emotion in the opposite side of the brain to right-handers—which could change the way we think about and treat mental disorders. » 5/03/12 5:43am 5/03/12 5:43am

Science Explains Why So Few People Are Left-Handed

Left-handers aren't very common. In fact , they only represent about 10 percent of the human population. But a new study suggests that the reason lefties are in the minority isn't anything suspect—rather, it boils down to the fact that the human race cooperate more than they compete. » 4/26/12 7:22am 4/26/12 7:22am