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Re: Lefties

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Gina Booth (ginab.ar.us)
Mon, 3 Feb 1997 21:21:17 -0600 (CST)

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Also, in my years of teaching I have found more twins are males, but the
part I am remarking on here, is that in many cases, the twins were
identical and one was right handed and one left handed. Any comments?

Also, I have always wondered if ones handedness can be different from the
dominant foot. (I've always wanted to have my class line up and take a
step forward and note the results as compared to what hand the use.
Also, I have been told that you can ask kids to mimic putting on their
pants and see which leg they put up in air first to check foot preference).



I have heard too
that maybe 15% (educated guess) of
population is actually ambidexterious but has used right hand so long
they possibly don't know it.>


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