Nondominant arm advantages in load compensation during rapid elbow joint movements.


This study was designed to examine interlimb asymmetries in responding to unpredictable changes in inertial loads, which have implications for our understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying handedness. Subjects made repetitive single joint speed constrained 20 degrees elbow flexion movements, while the arm was supported on a horizontal, frictionless… (More)

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