Associated Movements in Normal Children


Changes in associated movements in normal children with age and with varying tasks were studied. In the first task, the children held dowels between the fingers of both hands. They were told to drop individual dowels. The number and position of all dowels dropped were recorded. In the second task they were to squeeze two levers together with each hand… (More)
DOI: 10.1203/00006450-197404000-00730


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