Performance of unimanual and bimanual multiphased prehensile movements.

@article{Mason2007PerformanceOU,
  title={Performance of unimanual and bimanual multiphased prehensile movements.},
  author={Andrea H. Mason},
  journal={Journal of motor behavior},
  year={2007},
  volume={39 4},
  pages={291-305}
}
By manipulating task action demands in 2 experiments, the author investigated whether the context-dependent effects seen in unimanual multiphase movements are also present in bimanual movements. Participants (N = 14) in Experiment 1 either placed or tossed objects into targets. The results indicated that the intention to perform a subsequent action with an object could influence the performance of an earlier movement in a sequence in both unimanual and bimanual tasks. Furthermore, assimilation… CONTINUE READING

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