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Team at the University of Oxford say left-handed people may have better verbal skills as a result.

The BBC reports that genetic markers for left handedness have been discovered. This should come as no surprise: that handedness, left or right is hardwired in the brain. It simply reflects the biological concomitants of behaviour. What is more puzzling … Continue reading

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Stuttering, dyslexia and science, what science?

On 2 APRIL 2016 the New Scientist published an article by Norman Miller entitled, “Getting the word out”. I sent the following ‘letter’ Letter to New Scientist Note the similarities between his (Miller’s) account of stuttering and Samuel Orton’s 1930 … Continue reading

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