Coordination and concurrency in bimanual rotation tasks when moving away from and toward the body

@article{Mason2007CoordinationAC,
  title={Coordination and concurrency in bimanual rotation tasks when moving away from and toward the body},
  author={Andrea H. Mason and P J Bryden},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={183},
  pages={541-556}
}
In the present series of experiments we investigated how object transport and rotate movements are performed when they are directed away from (Experiment 1) and toward (Experiment 2) the body under both unimanual and bimanual conditions. Our results indicated that unimanual conditions are faster and more efficiently produced than bimanual movements in far peripersonal space, suggesting that there is a cost to performing bimanual movements. However, in near peripersonal space, bimanual same… CONTINUE READING
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