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After all, crime is only a left-handed form of human endeavor. John Huston

Published on 3/19/2017
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There is no denying it. 

Left-handers are the odd ones out.  Sure, lefties make up about ten percent of the population but, frankly, it seems like society has forgotten about them.  Just consider all of the right-handed gadgets, awkwardly designed desks, and cooking tools that fit comfortably only in your right hand.

What causes someone to become a southpaw?  Scientists are not exactly sure, but research points to a complex collaboration between genes and environment. 

 While no exact set of “leftie genes” have been discovered, people who dominantly use their left hands do have more left-handed family members.   And researchers have found different brain wirings in righties vs. lefties.

But no matter what it is that drives someone to use their antipodal paw, science has also uncovered a particular set of personality traits that left-handed people tend to have.  So for all of you lefties, leftie-loving righties, and ambidextrous folks out there, it is time to brush up on your left-handed knowledge and help put an end to leftie discrimination once and for all.

Lefties Have a Higher Risk of Psychosis - Lefties make up about 10 percent of the general population.  But researchers have found that in populations with certain mental disorders, that rate goes up.   Previous studies have found that people with psychosis had a 20 percent likelihood of being left-handed, though a small study in the journal SAGE found the rate of psychotic lefties may be even higher. 

Researchers at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas assessed 107 patients at outpatient psychiatric clinics.  For those with mood disorders such as depression or bipolar disorder, the rate of left-handedness was close to average, at 11 percent.  But in people with psychosis, such as those with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder, the rate of left-handedness was 40 percent, well above average.  Researchers theorize brain laterality plays a role.


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