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Old 03/06/2008, 12:52 PM
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Originally Posted by complicater-complexer View Post
I am right-handed and I am a p. Most people are right-handed, but not most people are j's. Therefore there can't be an equivalence between j and right-handedness.
You are correct in your observation that the J/P proportions is most likely not equivalent to the R/L proportions; however, this statement does not refute the theory that there is a correlation between J/P and R/L, although apparently the cause/effect of this is currently up for debate.
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