Kinematic Analyses of Manual Asymmetries in Visual Aiming Movements

@article{Roy1994KinematicAO,
  title={Kinematic Analyses of Manual Asymmetries in Visual Aiming Movements},
  author={Eric A. Roy and L. E. Kalbfleisch and David Elliott},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={1994},
  volume={24},
  pages={289-295}
}
The right hand advantage has been thought to arise from the greater efficiency of the right hand/left hemisphere system in processing visual feedback information. This hypothesis was examined using kinematic analyses of aiming performance, focusing particularly on time after peak velocity which has been shown to be sensitive to visual feedback processing demands. Eight right-handed subjects pointed at two targets with their left and right hands with or without vision available and either as… CONTINUE READING
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