Handedness and season of birth: a gender-invariant relation.


In an earlier study, Dellatolas, Curt and Lellouch (1991) concluded that handedness is not related to season of birth. However, post-hoc exploration of their and other sets of data has shown that there is an apparent tendency for left-handedness to be more prevalent in the period March-July than in the period August-February. The present work tested this… (More)


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@article{Martin1999HandednessAS, title={Handedness and season of birth: a gender-invariant relation.}, author={Maryanne Martin and G. V. Jones}, journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior}, year={1999}, volume={35 1}, pages={123-8} }