Handedness and controlled movement.

  title={Handedness and controlled movement.},
  author={Kenneth A Flowers},
  journal={British journal of psychology},
  volume={66 1},
Subjects classified according to degree of hand perference were tested with both hands on two tasks of controlled movement. Strongly lateralized subjects (both left- and right-handers) showed greater skill with their better hand than ambilaterals on a visually controlled aiming test (faster speed and equal errors), but there was no marked differences between groups with the other hand. Between-hand differences were also greater in lateralized subjects. On a ballistic rhythmical tapping test, no… CONTINUE READING

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