Consistent-handed individuals are more authoritarian.

@article{Lyle2014ConsistenthandedIA,
  title={Consistent-handed individuals are more authoritarian.},
  author={Keith B. Lyle and Michael C. Grillo},
  journal={Laterality},
  year={2014},
  volume={19 2},
  pages={
          146-63
        }
}
Individuals differ in the consistency with which they use one hand over the other to perform everyday activities. Some individuals are very consistent, habitually using a single hand to perform most tasks. Others are relatively inconsistent, and hence make greater use of both hands. More- versus less-consistent individuals have been shown to differ in numerous aspects of personality and cognition. In several respects consistent-handed individuals resemble authoritarian individuals. For example… CONTINUE READING
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