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31/10/2014                                                          gnost 2HN6.11
Left-handers (5)
Left-handers are more creative.
Creativity is situated in the right hemisphere of the brain. Since the action of the left-handers is situated in the right half they have therefore a higher manual creativity.
This explains why for example in the Art Academy an average of 40% is left-handed, while there are only 10% left-handers in the entire population.
Many well-known artists are thus not surprising left-handers e.g. Rubens, Beethoven, Michelangelo, Mozart, etc...

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