Current insights in the development of children’s motor imagery ability

@inproceedings{Spruijt2015CurrentII,
  title={Current insights in the development of children’s motor imagery ability},
  author={Steffie Spruijt and John van der Kamp and B. Steenbergen},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2015}
}
Over the last two decades, the number of studies on motor imagery in children has witnessed a large expansion. Most studies used the hand laterality judgment paradigm or the mental chronometry paradigm to examine motor imagery ability. The main objective of the current review is to collate these studies to provide a more comprehensive insight in children's motor imagery development and its age of onset. Motor imagery is a form of motor cognition and aligns with forward (or predictive) models of… CONTINUE READING
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