, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp 429-453

A review of evidence for a genetic component in the determination of handedness

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Abstract

Experimental evidence is marshalled in support of some arguments for a significant genetic component in the transmission of human handedness. Studies of infantile lateral asymmetries and their correlation with cerebral dominance, certain highly heritable traits, and handedness are discussed.