Cross dominance

Specialty of Psychology

Cross dominance is when the audiovisual motor systems in the body do not dominate one side of the person specifically. They may, for example, choose to write with one hand, but throw with the other. Laterality is showing preference for one of those two sides. Ideally dominance is only on one side.

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