Lefty for a Day Essay

634 Words Jun 7th, 2015 3 Pages
Lefty for a Day
Amber Solis
Chamberlain School of Nursing

Lefty for a Day
In this experiment of having to use my non-dominant hand over my dominant right hand I felt at a loss. A left handed person would be at an advantage in the same scenario when asked to use their right hand over their left hand because they are typically more ambidextrous than a right handed person. When attempting to do such simple task like writing this paper I had to adapt to changes like switching the mouse to a left handed mouse but because left handed people are typically able to use their right hand they usually do not even switch the mouse over. This is however only a temporary advantage because with time the right handers will learn to use their left
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