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1. If both hands, you can write equally well, that a one per cent. Even among the small number of "many-armed" only a few show the same skills in the possession of both hands.

2. Experts say that left- and right- "smeshannorukost" does not necessarily determine the ultimate people's preferences. Most people experience some level of cross-dominance - preferring one of the hands for certain tasks, even if it is not dominant, but among those who use both hands, there are even more subtle differences. Ambidexterity referred to those who can use both hands as well as right-handed people use their right hand, and ambisinistery, those who use both hands, both right-handers use their left (ie. E. Crookedly and clumsily).

3. In contrast to the right-handers, which show a strong dominance of the left hemisphere of the brain, the hemisphere ambidexterity developed almost symmetrical ...

4. ... as well as the brain of a typical person with synaesthesia, or "mixed feelings", experiencing overlapping sensory perception. Number ambidestrov (and left-handers) among synesthetes much higher than in the general population.

5. Ambidexterity likely possess LRRTM1 gene, which is associated with schizophrenia. Studies show that patients with schizophrenia with significantly more likely to be left-handed or Ambidexterity than non-schizophrenics.

6. Another study conducted with the help of the website BBC Science, shows that one percent of 255,000 respondents who reported the same ease of writing with both hands, 9, 2 and 15 percent of men and 6 percent of women reported their bisexuality. 7. People who define themselves as "dvuhrukie", in the overall assessment of intelligence gain is somewhat lower than the average, and most of these points later in arithmetic, thinking and memory ...

8. ... except when it does not. The study 8000 children aged 7 and 8 years showed that 87 "smeshannorukih" students showed more pronounced difficulties in language skills, and at the age of 15 and 16 years are the same students showed a greater risk of symptoms of ADHD (attention span deficit hyperactivity disorder; ca. . mixstuff.ru), and showed lower academic achievement than the right- and left-handed students.

9. ambidexterity easy to anger. These are the results of a study of the College Merrimack, indicating that the increased interconnectedness of the brain hemispheres, which was found in ambidexterity and left-handers. Subsequent research has shown that an increase in hemispheric relations is correlated with increasing embarrassment, awkwardness and changeable mood.

10. Be that as it may, however, use two hands can be useful in sports, art and music. Among the same holding with both hands there are some famous people like Leonardo da Vinci, Nikola Tesla, Paul McCartney, Benjamin Franklin, Mark Knopfler and Keanu Reeves.