Bimanual coordination in dyslexic adults

  title={Bimanual coordination in dyslexic adults},
  author={L. V. H. Moore and W. S. Brown and Taryn E. Markee and David C Theberge and Jennifer C. Zvi},
Various types of dyslexia have been associated with tactile-motor coordination deficits and inefficient transfer of information between the two cerebral hemispheres. Twenty-one dyslexic adults were compared to 21 controls on the Bimanual Coordination Task, a test of tactile-motor coordination and interhemispheric collaboration. When compared to control subjects, dyslexics showed a consistent pattern of deficits in bimanual motor coordination, both with and without visual feedback. In particular… CONTINUE READING

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