However, results from a 2009 study by Stanford University concluded that left-handed people may indeed think different to those who are right handed, or at least, they see the world a little differently.
Does being left-handed affect personality?
According to a small study published in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, lefties are more prone to having negative emotions. In addition, they seem to have a more difficult time processing their feelings. Again, this seems to be related to the brain-hand connection.
Do left-handed people use a different part of their brain?
The study, which also analyzed brain scans of 9,000 British subjects, found that in lefties, the parts of the right and left sides of the brain that process language work in better tandem.
Are left-handed people more logical?
Hand preferences are actually related to brain functions — left-handers have a more evolved right brain hemisphere, which is related to logic, reasoning and even creativity. According to a theory, such people tend to be mssterminds as they use both sides of the brain and are able to process information more easily.