Inhibitory versus facilitory interference for finger-tapping to verbal and nonverbal, motor, and sensory tasks.

Abstract

The purpose of the present experiment was to investigate lateralized effects of concurrent verbal and nonverbal tasks on right- and left-hand finger-tapping. In addition to the verbal vs. nonverbal dichotomy, both motor and sensory tasks were used. It was predicted that a verbal motor task (reading aloud) would lead to more inhibitory interference for right… (More)

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