brain, cerebral lateralization, childhood development, handedness, hemispheres of the brain, left-handed, right-handed, right-handed or left-handed

How Children’s Brains Make Them Right-Handed or Left-Handed

A right-handed or left-handed person has the tendency to be more skilled and comfortable using one hand instead of the other for tasks such as writing and throwing a ball. As children grow older, they tend to favor one hand over the other for certain tasks, particularly for writing or drawing. A child’s “handedness” is ...

Armin Auctor

Left-handed girl writing with a pencil.