publication . Other literature type . 2015

The effect of long-term bimanual training on arm selection during reaching tasks

Akpinar, Selcuk;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2015 Journal: Kinesiology, volume 47, issue 2 (issn: 1331-1441, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Faculty of Kinesiology
Abstract
Handedness is viewed either as a preference or an asymmetry in sensorimotor performance. It has been shown that there is a relation between sensorimotor performance and hand selection. This relation is affected by the manipulation of sensory feedback, suggesting an effect of task condition on hand selection, and by a unimanual athletic training. Thus, in the current study, the aim was to find out if arm selection and symmetry were affected by a long-term bimanual practice with respect to motor performance. Right-handed rowers and non-rowers were tested on sensorimotor performance for both arms and its correspondence to plausible changes in the pattern of hand se...
Subjects
free text keywords: arm selection; motor asymmetry; lateralization; rowers; bimanual training
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