Being Ambidextrous

What it means and what I am

Gary Moore
Jan 24 · 6 min read
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Lateralization

What it means and what I am

Complications from equal dexterity

Spiderman had nothing on me

Our brains aren’t wired for dual-dexterity

A bit of science

The preference for using one hand to write and perform major tasks has fascinated humans for centuries. Stigmatized as evil or even unnatural, left-handed individuals have experienced their share of discrimination over the course of history… Although from the outside our bodies look as though they might be symmetrical, once we get below the skin, all sense of symmetry is lost.

Scientists call this lateralization, which refers to the structural or functional differences between the right- and left-hand sides of our body. — Left, right, or ambidextrous: What determines hand preference? — Medical News Today

Some positives and negatives

Two mice are better than one

I still don’t know my right from my left

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