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Ambidextrous

To be ambidextrous means to be equally dextrous with either hand. That is, the ability to use both hands with equal skill and coordination.



They can also be called both-handed.

If you are ambidextrous you probably use both sides of your brain about the same amount.



People that are born ambidextrous are extremely rare.

People that are made ambidextrous are called Penwald ambidextrous.



Although ambidexterity is rare, ambidextrous people may still gravitate towards performing certain types of tasks with a specific hand. The degree of versatility with each hand is generally the qualitative factor in determining a person's ambidexterity.

It is common to find people considered to be ambidextrous who were originally left handed, and they learned to be ambidextrous either deliberately or during childhood in institutions such as schools where right-handed habits are often emphasized.



Since many everyday devices are geared for right-handed people, many left-handed people choose to use the device with the right hand. So, left-handed people are more likely to develop motor skills in their weaker right hand than right-handed people, who are not being subjected to left handed devices. Ambidexterity is often encouraged in activities requiring a great deal of skill in both hands, such as juggling, swimming, percussion or keyboard music, word processing, surgery, body boxing, combat, baseball, and basketball.

 
   
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