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Title: Being a left-hander in the world of the right-handers
Authors: Tkachenko, E. V.
Aqib, M.
Muhammad, H.
Ткаченко, Олена Вікторівна
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Boston, USA
Citation: Tkachenko E. V. Being a left-hander in the world of the right-handers / E. V. Tkachenko, M. Aqib, H. Muhammad // The VI International Science Conference “Tendencies of Development Science and Practice”, (Boston, USA, February 14–16, 2022). – Boston, 2022. – P. 39–43.
Abstract: The article deals to the questions concerning to essentiality to study sinistrality in Science various branches from theoretical and applied points of view, emphasizes that increased attention to its study is still present in many countries. The authors demonstrate the data of scientists from different countries, pay attention to sinistrality distribution some peculiarities, frequency-dependent selection model, economic consequences of being left-handed people, relations between handedness and capital accumulation, sinistrality and forced dextrality origin, write about the link between higher order cognitive functions and handedness, differences in divergent thinking as a function of handedness and sex, pay significant attention to sinistrality study applied significance. The authors give the results of their own researches concerning to physiological systems functioning dependence on sinistrality and its type, in Psychology, Pedagogy, Dentistry while emphasizing about interhemispherical asymmetry individual profile indices applied significance as well as necessity to study sinistrality in a complex with other typological aspects.
Keywords: physiology
psychology
pedagogy
medical biology
neurology
pediatry
economy
infectious diseases
parasitology
sinistrality
dextrality
left- handedness
lefties
right-handedness
forced dextrality
interhemispherical asymmetry individual profile indices
sinistrality frequency-dependent selection model
thinking
typological aspects
men
women
children
gender typological aspect
age typological aspect
ethnic typological aspect
twins
“left” diseases
helminthoses
prothozoonozes
dyslexias
apraxies
chromosomal aberrations
trisomy 21
autism
prozopagnosies
faces recognition, lipoprotein A
diabetes mellitus
mirror writing
electroencephalography patterns
epilepsy
URI: http://repository.pdmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/17796
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