] Asymmetrical subjects were more likely to slam the
] telephone receiver down at the end of a call than
] symmetrical people, indicating that rejection made them
] angrier, the researchers report in the American Journal
] of Human Biology1.
] Asymmetry is generally caused by conditions in the womb
] that are less than ideal, points out Benderlioglu. She
] believes the result shows that the environment in which a
] fetus develops has subtle effects on the nervous system
] as well as the more obvious effects on external features.
] Mothers who drink, smoke or are ill during pregnancy may
] be more likely to end up with unruly children, she
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Lop-sided features linked to temper