Acquiring bimanual skills: contrasting forms of information feedback for interlimb decoupling.

@article{Swinnen1993AcquiringBS,
  title={Acquiring bimanual skills: contrasting forms of information feedback for interlimb decoupling.},
  author={Stephan P. Swinnen and Charles B. Walter and T. D. Lee and Deborah J. Serrien},
  journal={Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition},
  year={1993},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={1328-44}
}
The present experiments addressed the learner's capability to perform different upper-limb actions simultaneously with the help of various sources of information feedback. An elbow flexion movement was made in the left limb together with a flexion-extension-flexion movement in the right limb. Interlimb interactions were assessed at the structural as well as the metrical level of movement specification during acquisition and retention. Despite a strong initial tendency for the limbs to be… CONTINUE READING

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