Hand preference for sending mobile-phone text messages: associations with sex, writing hand, and throwing hand.

@article{Lambert2009HandPF,
  title={Hand preference for sending mobile-phone text messages: associations with sex, writing hand, and throwing hand.},
  author={Anthony J. Lambert and Charlene Hallett},
  journal={Laterality},
  year={2009},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={329-44}
}
Hand preference for sending mobile-phone text messages ("texting") and its relationship with hand preference for other activities were investigated in a questionnaire study with 886 participants. Overall rates of both sinistrality and dextrality were reduced for texting, in comparison with other activities, due to the substantial number of individuals who use both hands simultaneously when performing this activity. Because they both involve verbal expression, it was hypothesised that the… CONTINUE READING

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