Performance on a mirror-drawing task by non-right-handers.

  title={Performance on a mirror-drawing task by non-right-handers.},
  author={Bharat Bhushan and C. B. Dwivedi and Ramesh C. Mishra and Manas K. Mandal},
  journal={The Journal of general psychology},
  volume={127 3},
Left-, mixed-, and right-handed (each n = 10, N = 30) adolescent boys who were classified on the basis of a hand preference inventory performed a mirror-drawing task with a bilateral transfer of a skill paradigm. Participants' hand preference and the magnitude of bilateral transfer of skill were assessed in terms of errors committed and time taken to complete the mirror-drawing task. Mixed-handed participants exhibited significantly less habit interference for mirror drawing, and they performed… CONTINUE READING

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