Research

Research on handedness continues to be done in a quest to demystify handedness and what determines one’s handedness. We share links to past and newly released research on left-handedness. Chris McManus, Professor of Psychology and Medical Education at the University College London says while there are a lot of studies on handedness worldwide, there are not many done in Africa. He admits that while some promote that there is an advantage to being left-handed, the word is still out as to what that advantage actually is.

1. Handedness develops in the womb: Read Here

2. Left-handedness: Genes and matter of chance: Read Here

3. Role of Epigenetics on Handedness: Read Here

4.  Right-or left-handedness affects sign language Comprehension: Read Here

 

 

  

Ms. B M Malusi is an academician with interest in Left-Handedness. Her focus has been on the challenges left-handed students face in our schools.

 1. Left-Handedness as an overlooked special learning need: Read Here. 

2. Relationship between the usage of equipment designed for right handed people and attitudes towards chemistry among left-handed high school students in KenyaRead Here

3. Challenges left-handed students face in Kenyan girls’ secondary school science laboratoriesRead Here