Ambidextre - This is a person who is not inherent in the allocation of a leading hand to perform activities, the functioning of both hands is developed equally, the actions are performed with the same strength, speed and accuracy. Inborn ambidexters and those who acquired this quality in the process of intentional skill training are divided. When observing the connection of the leading hand with the peculiarities of the development of the brain, the predominance of the left hemisphere (logical) in right-handers and the right (intuitive-feeling) in left-handers was revealed. To sketch out the concept of ambidexter, who it is, one can suggest saying that Ambidextras call people with the same and harmoniously developed both hemispheres. The coordinated work of intuitive vision and logical analysis gives these people certain advantages over most.
At birth, any child equally possesses both hands, and only later does the educational system and the instructions of the parents learn to perform actions with a certain hand, the level of possession with both hands, which is shown by ambidextral children, significantly exceeds the performance of ordinary children.
But although this feature seems to be extremely positive, distractibility, hyperactivity, difficulties in the learning process, fatigue, increased moodiness, excessive emotionality can be concomitant moments. Retraining and forcing to do it with just one hand will not correct the situation, but will only aggravate; adjustment must be made at the moments of outburst of emotions and with inherent support when a person completes the tasks successfully with both hands. After all, this is a unique gift that can be developed, trying to compensate for the negative associated features.