Unimanual and bimanual simultaneous fingertapping in schoolchildren: developmental aspects and hand preference-related asymmetries.


Computerised analysis of finger tapping was performed in 233 normal 5- to 12-year-old children whose hand preference was assessed with six demonstration actions. Performance with both hands became more rapid with age when tapping unimanually or simultaneously in phase with two hands as quickly as possible. There were no differences between the sexes… (More)


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