Right hand preference in early childhood linked to better language skills

Children who frequently used their right hand to reach for toys during infancy had higher language scores at age 2 than peers who started showing a hand preference when they were toddlers, a study found. The research, published in the journal Developmental Psychology, suggests that right hand preference at a young age may indicate faster development of the brain's left hemisphere.

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