I recall reading studies on laterality which would often exclude subjects with 
any degree of personal sinistrality  (e.g., being left legged, or left eared, 
and/or perhaps performing certain tasks with the left hand -writing with the 
right hand but throwing a ball with the left) or familial sinistrality.

Miguel (right everything, but left eyed).

From: Mike Palij [mailto:m...@nyu.edu]
Sent: Saturday, August 12, 2017 2:11 PM
To: Teaching in the Psychological Sciences (TIPS)
Cc: Michael Palij
Subject: [tips] Why Do Neuroscientists Hate Left-handers?

Here's a factoid to toss out when reviewing the problems and
limitation of contemporary neuroscience:

Left-handers are not used in neuroscience research.

I had assumed that they had been included and may
have been analyzed separately from right handers
(and people who are ambidextrous) in the same
way that monolinguals and bilinguals are analyzed

For more on this point, here is an interview with
leftie Paul Silva on HuffPo:

And don't forget that August 13 is International Left-Handers

-Mike Palij (right handed)
New York University


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