Handedness, anxiety and sex differences.

@article{Wienrich1982HandednessAA,
  title={Handedness, anxiety and sex differences.},
  author={A M Wienrich and P A Wells and Claire McManus},
  journal={British journal of psychology},
  year={1982},
  volume={73 Pt 1},
  pages={69-72}
}
Anxiety scores of 35 male and 35 female students (28 right-handers, 23 left-handers and 19 mixed-handers) were assessed in relation to the handedness classification of each individual. Females were found to show higher anxiety scores than were males; but in contradiction to previous findings, left-handers and mixed-handers were not found to be more anxious than right-handers. Extremes of handedness, however, were closely related to anxiety scores, with the strongly right-handed and the strongly… CONTINUE READING

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