Does handedness determine which hand leads in a bimanual task?

@article{Franz2002DoesHD,
  title={Does handedness determine which hand leads in a bimanual task?},
  author={Elizabeth A. Franz and Andrew Rowse and Barbara Ballantine},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={2002},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={
          402-12
        }
}
Right- and left-handers (n = 16 in each group) were tested on a bimanual circle task that required drawing either in the same direction (parallel) or in a mirror symmetrical coordination mode with the two hands. The authors' primary purposes were to examine the effect of circle direction on within-hand and between-hands variables and to determine whether the relation between hand lead and coordination mode (parallel or mirror symmetrical) differs for left- and right-handers. A strong relation… CONTINUE READING
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