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comment Measuring changes in hemispheric dominance over time
Thanks a lot for such a thorough answer! Looks like I've got some reading to do :)
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comment Measuring changes in hemispheric dominance over time
That's perfectly fine. I have a lot of interest in the topic but close to 0 expertise, so I was worried about unintentionally clogging the site with nonsense.
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comment Measuring changes in hemispheric dominance over time
Sure Artem, hopefully my edit clarifies things a bit. I realize that this is a fairly silly request all things considered. I don't put much stock in the usefulness of the questionnaires, but understand that there is only one test subject (me) and enough variables that it will be difficult to isolate changes in one facet of brain activity with any real reliability. As I think about it more, I'm realizing that this question may need to be closed.
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comment Measuring changes in hemispheric dominance over time
I don't expect to change my dominant hand altogether. I see nothing but pain and failure when it comes to switching my writing/golf/guitar hand, for example. I also didn't mean to imply that being right-handed necessarily implies strong left hemisphere dominance. I was just curious whether changing this one isolated behavior could have measurable side effects.
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