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Participants rated words with more letters from the right side of a keyboard as being more favourable than those composed of letters from the left side.Because each of the three languages have different sounds attached to the letters, the effect - named "the QWERTY effect" - appears to be independent of how the words sound.Your activity appears to be coming from some type of automated process.

That's because it's easier to type those letters, regardless of whether you're left- or right-handed, the pair says.It has been found that words consisting of a higher proportion of letters from the right-hand side of a QWERTY keyboard – those from “y”, “h” and “n” onwards – have more positive associations. Researchers have previously tested the idea by asking English, Dutch and Spanish speakers to rate their positive association with different words, including made-up ones such as “ploke” and “pleek”.One study even found that baby names with a higher proportion of right-side letters grew in popularity after QWERTY keyboards became widespread in the 1960s.Fisher tested out an early pre-production model of the new Black Berry at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this month, where the company gave a sneak peek.More details won't be announced until February at the Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona.The physical QWERTY keyboard may have died out elsewhere but it's a central part of Black Berry's legacy and is a feature on its new phone, dubbed the Mercury.

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