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News: Children's "handedness" 'could indicate language difficulties'

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An academic has suggested that the development of a dominant hand in children could be linked to whether or not they suffer from language difficulties later in life. Psychology expert Gillian Forrester says she hopes her research will help identify autistic spectrum disorders earlier.

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