A close relationship exists between hand skill and the excitability of motor neurons innervating the postural soleus muscle in right-handed male subjects.

@article{Tan1990ACR,
  title={A close relationship exists between hand skill and the excitability of motor neurons innervating the postural soleus muscle in right-handed male subjects.},
  author={Uner Tan},
  journal={The International journal of neuroscience},
  year={1990},
  volume={53 2-4},
  pages={63-8}
}
  • Uner Tan
  • Published 1990 in The International journal of neuroscience
The claim that there is no consistent inhibition of the H-reflex from the dominant leg was examined and rejected. Hand preference was assessed by the Edinburgh Inventory, and hand skill by the peg moving task. It was re-established that there is an inverse relationship between hand skill and the excitability of motoneurons innervating the postural soleus muscle in right-handed subjects without familial sinistrality. There was no significant difference between the recovery curves from the right… CONTINUE READING