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David P. Dillard
04-28-1998, 02:55 AM
There are a number of citations that will hopefully help you with
your research on accuracy and dominant vs. non-dominant limbs. Some are
listed directly below and others are listed after your original message.
Please let me know if this information proved helpful to you.

Overarm throws with the nondominant arm: kinematics of accuracy.
Journal of Neurophysiology. December 1996 p. 3693-3704

Movement time, movement distance, and movement accuracy: a reply.
to Newell, Carlton and Kim
Human Performance. Volume 7 Number 1 1994 p. 23-28

Time and space movement accuracy.
Human Performance. Volume 7 Number 1 1994 p. 1-21

On the accuracy of movement in space time.
Human Performance. Volume 7 Number 1 1994 p. 29-36

Speed and accuracy of aimed hand movements in left handed human
subjects: sex related differences in motor control.
International Journal of Neuroscience. October 1993 p. 235-243

The contribution of vision to asymmetries in manual aiming.
Neuropsychologia. Volume 28 Number 11 1990 p. 1215-1220

Speed and accuracy effects of fingers and dexterity in 5-choice
reaction tasks.
Ergonomics. December 1990 p. 1443-1454

The effects of movement distance and movement time on visual
feedback processing in aimed hand movements.
Acta Psychologica. July 1987 p. 181-191

Target location and visual feedback as variables determining
accuracy of aiming movements.
Perceptual and Motor Skills. April 1983 p. 355-358

Experimental study of effects on speed and accuracy of teaching
alternate hand method on a ten key electronic calculator.
Perceptual and Motor Skills. June 1981 p. 695-700

There are several more citations below your message.


Sincerely
David Dillard
Temple University
(215) 204 - 4584
jwne@astro.temple.edu

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Date: Tue, 28 Apr 1998 09:15:37 -0400
From: "Robert L. Sainburg, Ph.D."
To: BIOMCH-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: Info re: Handedness
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I would like to find information re: movement accuracy using dominant
compared with non-dominant limbs in humans or animals. I have not had much
luck with medline. I would appreciate any help including simply names to
search. Thanks in advance.

Robert L. Sainburg Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Director, Motor Control Laboratory
90 Farber Hall
3435 Main Street, Buffalo, NY 14214-3079
Voice 716-829-2093 Fax 716-829-3217

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Individual differences in lateralization: effects of gender and
handedness.
Neuropsychology October 1997 p. 562-576

Effects of tendon vibration on unimanual and bimanual movement
accuracy.
Experimental Neurology August 1986 p. 311-319

Variations in cerebral organization as a function of handedness,
hand posture in writing, and sex.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. June 1978 p.119-144

Accuracy of predicting reaction and movement times of a gross motor
performance from the dominant hand under simple and choice
stimulus conditions.
Perceptual & Motor Skills. December 1971 p. 1326

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