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The Left-Hander Syndrome

The Causes & Consequences of Left Handedness

by Stanley Coren

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Published by Free Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages308
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7269886M
ISBN 100029066824
ISBN 109780029066829

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The pathological left-handedness syndrome. Satz P, Orsini DL, Saslow E, Henry R. A clinical syndrome of pathological left-handedness (PLH) is proposed to identify the pattern of correlative changes in lateral development associated with early brain injury in some manifest left-handers. This syndrome is believed to be caused by a hemispheric Cited by:   In his book The Left-Hander Syndrome, right-hander Stanley Coren argues that language, in combination with several other factors, has propagated a historical "discrimination" against the left-handed. In the introduction, Coren insists that to call the ill-treatment of left-handers "discrimination" is not an exaggeration.

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From the point of view of this left hander, the findings were a bit depressing. Evidently the author has found that left handed people are left handed because Cited by:   Coren begins the book by challenging the common concepts and stereotypes against left-handers, presenting irrefutable proof that in every language spoken across the planet (from English to Urdu to the recently-interpreted hissing of reptile) is inherently biased against the The Left-Hander Syndrome book.

The Left-Hander Syndrome: The Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness - Kindle edition by Coren, Stanley. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Left-Hander Syndrome: The Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness/5(38).

The Left-Hander Syndrome by Stanley Coren - Nine out of every ten human beings are naturally right-handed. Those who were not right-handed were feared, shunned, Released on: Decem ‎The Left-Hander Syndrome on Apple Books ‎Nine out of every ten human beings are naturally right-handed.

Those who were not right-handed were feared, shunned, or forcibly retrained in many periods and cultures. Indeed, some members of fundamentalist sects still regard left-handers as in league with the devil, and prejudices against l.

The Left-Hander's Handbook book. Read 23 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Famous left-handers, traits of left-handers, the importa /5. The Left-Hander Syndrome is a real eye opener for anyone who has no idea what it is like to be left-handed in a right handed world, as a "southpaw" I know very well what it is like, but I could never fully articulate my intuitive feelings into something concrete.4/5(23).

About The Left-Hander Syndrome If you are among the 10 percent of people who happen to be left-handed, you’ve had to endure such derisive terms as "gauche" and "a left-handed compliment." At school you may have been forced to write with your right hand. And in another century your proclivity might have gotten you accused of witchcraft.

Any left-handed person, or the spouse, parent, or friend of one, will be captivated by this essential and eye-opening book. With bracing wit and a flawless command of current research, psychologist Stanley Coren answers such questions as: Is left-handedness acquired genetically or Brand: Free Press.

Coren's first book outside of professional psychology circles was 's The Left-Hander Syndrome: the causes and consequences of left-handedness, which presented data on the significant challenges faced by left-handed people in : Novem (age 76), Philadelphia.

The Left-Hander Syndrome: The Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness Paperback – June 29 by Stanley Coren (Author)4/5(30). Any left-handed person, or the spouse, parent, or friend of one, will be captivated by this essential and eye-opening book.

With bracing wit and a flawless command of current research, psychologist Stanley Coren answers such questions as: Is left-handedness acquired genetically or socially?/5(20). The Left-Hander Syndrome The Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness. Home; The Left-Hander Syndrome ×. The Left-Hander Syndrome The Causes and Consequences of Left-Handedness By Stanley Coren Illustrated.

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Those who were not right-handed were feared, shunned, or Brand: Free Press. The history of left-handedness can provide teachers and parents a better understanding of left-handed children and give those children more pride in their difference.

No child should be made to feel that he or she is abnormal because of using the left hand, although some specific instruction for these students is necessary in handwriting. Many books contain fascinating stories, facts, and Cited by: 2.

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The left-hander syndrome: the causes and consequences of left-handedness. (Vintage Books, ) [Revised edition with new "Afterword", first edition ][Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award] Left-handedness: Behavioral implications and anomalies.

(Advances in Psychology, North-Holland, ) Lateral preferences and human behavior. Coren’s book The Left-Hander Syndrome argued that for a variety of reasons, ranging from less immunity to disease to a higher accident rate, lefties didn’t live as long as righties.

Based on a survey of the relatives of a thousand recently deceased people in California, Coren claimed that the average lefty died nine years sooner than.Get this from a library! The left-hander syndrome: the causes and consequences of left-handedness.

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