Fine motor skill performance in left- and right-handers: Evidence of an advantage for left-handers.

@article{Judge2003FineMS,
  title={Fine motor skill performance in left- and right-handers: Evidence of an advantage for left-handers.},
  author={Jeannie Judge and John Stirling},
  journal={Laterality},
  year={2003},
  volume={8 4},
  pages={297-306}
}
A total of 22 right-handed and 22 left-handed participants performed tasks on a well-established test of manual dexterity in addition to completing the Waterloo Handedness Questionnaire. Analysis of Variance revealed that left-handers performed significantly better on the Purdue pegboard test when the task relied on the co-ordination of both the left and right hands. Multiple regression analysis indicated that the Purdue pegboard assembly task is a predictor of self-reported hand preference and… CONTINUE READING

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