I just discovered I have cross lateralization. Basically, I am right hand dominant (although ambidextrous), right footed (foot used to kick ball), right ear dominant (ear preferred to talk on phone), but left eye dominant. Any combination of these can occur.
From what I've been reading, this is linked to learning disabilities (like dyslexia), and also stuttering, but I have not struggled as far as I know, except I do have terrible aim, and always have. Now that I know this, I can consciously close my left eye when I'm using my right hand to aim at something, and I should be more accurate.
It is linked to dyslexia, and other learning disorders, but I don't have dyslexia. I do have spatial sequence synesthesia though and I wonder if that is how I have compensated for the cross lateralization? Maybe I started to link visual with time and space in order to remember things? When I do things with my right hand, it gets stored in the left hemisphere, but left eye dominant means that certain things I see gets stored in the right hemisphere...so perhaps synesthesia formation was my solution, subconsciously? <---Just a thought, not something to be taken as fact :)
Are any of you cross dominant? Here is how to tell which eye is dominant: Dominant Eye - Eye Dominance - Determine Your Dominant Eye