Development of temporal and spatial bimanual coordination during childhood

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de Boer, B.J.; Peper, C.E.; Beek, P.J.; (2012)

Developmental changes in bimanual coordination were examined in four age groups: 6/7, 10/11, 14/15 years, and young adults. Temporal coupling was assessed through the stabilizing contributions of interlimb interactions related to planning, error correction, and reflexes... View more
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