Comments:Ambidextrous children more likely to have problems at school, say researchers

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I was born left handed, and forced to use my right hand because everyone was to be right handed. So I think some of the people that are Ambidextrous my of had something like this happed to them and maybe in some cases it's not a problem in the brain...

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do they mean children who were born ambidexterous, or lefties forced to used thier right hand? my dad was forced to use his right hand in elementary school, and it caused him stuttering problems for years afterward. he writes w/ his right hand, and plays tennis w/ his left. — (talk) 22:48, 13 July 2010 (UTC)Reply