21st June 2007 - 05:00 AM
QUOTE (lampard+May 3 2006, 11:24 AM)
I am right handed but left footed does this mean that im ambidextrous?
Quadextrous or quadradextrous.
10th August 2007 - 05:28 AM
Lampard, actually your cross dominant. If you were quadridextrous (never heard of it, in a dictionary), you would be able to use both feet and hands with equal ease. If you were ambidextrous, you would be able to use both hands with great dexterity. And sorry for bringing up a dead topic. But I wanted to give correct information.
2nd September 2007 - 04:35 AM
is it true that children who are forced to change handedness will develop speech defects such as stuttering? what are the negative effects of changing handedness? i have a friend aho was forced to become right-handed when she was a kid and she said that she always had headaches then? is there a connection?
3rd September 2007 - 05:42 AM
I only knew two cases. Both were highly dyslexic in writing, both had horrible handwriting. One stuttered.
Both blamed their parents. Brain wiring can not be changed to please people.
16th October 2007 - 03:23 AM
Hi, I'm natually ambidextrous and to clear a couple things up..
There is such thing as 'natually ambidextrous'.. I cant tell you if i'm right or left handed because whatever side the pen is on i just pick it up....
Advantages; I'd have to be the greatest sport freak in the family... I can kick almost everyones arse @ table tennis cos i play with 2 bats & tennis i just swap hands... haha
Disadvantage; I stutter... when thinking about things to say, i always have atleat 2 different alternative to my sentence & thefor i stutter..
It takes me forever to say a sentence.. so i guess it's made me realy shy..
Some people think it's awesome to write with both hands but let me tell you now... ITS NOT!!!!!
Don't try, quit now if you're trying.. because everything above, it's true!!