A new study debunks the popular myth that handedness plays a role in the lateralization of number processing in the brain. The study revealed, regardless of which is your dominant hand, the brain's location for number processing is the same.
Researchers discover the visual processing of numbers takes place in both hemispheres of the brain.
A new study offers insights into how the brain handles numbers.
According to researchers, the adult subcortex processes numbers at the same level of skill as infants.