Potential explanation of limb combination performance differences for two-limb coordination tasks


Rhythmic two-limb coordinated movements in the sagittal plane are variable and inaccurate when the movements are in the opposite direction as compared with those in the same direction (directional constraint). The magnitude of directional constraint depends on the particular limb combination. It is prominent in ipsilateral hand-foot coordination, but… (More)
DOI: 10.14814/phy2.12301


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