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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Here's why you're right-handed or left-handed - Technology & science - Science - DiscoveryNews.com

The predisposition is tied to preference of one eye over the other, or the tendency to prefer visual input from one eye over the other, according to an avian study, published in the latest Royal Society Biology Letters.

Ocular dominance, in turn, is driven by cerebral lateralization, which refers to how information processing is divided and coordinated between the brain's left and right hemispheres.


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