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<jats:p>The brain signature and genetic basis of handedness are unclear. Wiberg et al. show that left-handers have higher functional connectivity between language networks, and identify four genomic regions associated with handedness. Variants within these regions appear, by influencing brain architecture, to predispose both to left-handedness and to certain neuropsychiatric diseases.</jats:p>

Original publication

DOI

10.1093/brain/awz257

Type

Journal article

Journal

Brain

Publisher

Oxford University Press (OUP)

Publication Date

01/10/2019

Volume

142

Pages

2938 - 2947