|MadSci Network: Neuroscience|
I have read several articles and other research. It has supposedly been proven that ambidextrous people have larger corpus collosum- the bundle of nerve fibers joining the right and left sides of the brain. Is this true? I have also encountered enough information saying that you can learn to become bidextrous that I accept it. Would encouraging children to use both hands ultimately enlarge their brain power or would it just lower their overall intelligence?
Re: Would having a larger corpus callosum enlarge your brainpower?
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