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>Now I'm not saying that it's a correct statement at all. I'm just saying
>that lateralisation, if it even has an effect on language abilities, may
>not have so big an effect as surmised. After all, on this list there was a
>belief that left-handed people where more common among conlangers than
>usual, but I don't think the various surveys we've had have shown that it
>was so (and it's easy to check. It is well known that the percentage

And add to this mix persons like me who were supposed to be left handed but
were forced to be right handed "for our own good" by well-meaning (hmmmmm)
parents and teachers. I pick up languages quickly, write right handedly, but
aim (gun, arrow, etc.) left handed.

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