Intermanual coordination in relation to handedness, familial sinistrality and lateral preferences.

@article{Gorynia2000IntermanualCI,
  title={Intermanual coordination in relation to handedness, familial sinistrality and lateral preferences.},
  author={Inge Gorynia and D Egenter},
  journal={Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior},
  year={2000},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={1-18}
}
Intermanual coordination assessed by alternating finger tapping and finger-tapping asymmetry were investigated in 105 healthy right- and 105 left-handers and related to handedness, familial sinistrality and lateral preferences (in hand-clasping, arm-folding and eyedness). Compared to right-handers, left-handers with less pronounced left-hand preferences (Subgroup B) showed higher values in intermanual coordination and lower values in finger-tapping asymmetry. Moreover, familial sinistrality and… CONTINUE READING