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Brian E Udermann, Steven R Murray, John M Mayer, Kenneth Sagendorf
Cup stacking has been adopted recently by many physical education programs to enhance rudimentary motor skills such as hand-eye coordination and ambidexterity as well as quickness and concentration; however, no empirical evidence has been published to support these claims. We examined the influence of cup stacking on hand-eye coordination and reaction time of 24 boys and 18 girls in second grade as measured by the Soda Pop and Yardstick tests, respectively. Two physical education classes were randomly assigned as treatment and control groups and were pre- and posttested for hand-eye coordination and reaction time...
April 2004: Perceptual and Motor Skills
M Dvoráková, P Zvolský, M Alda
The authors present the results of investigations of a developmental deviation in the functional symmetry of paired motor and sensory organs (laterality) in a group of 160 schizophrenics and 126 healthy relatives of these patients (88 parents, 38 siblings). As a control group served 754 healthy subjects (Prague population). The phenotype of motor laterality (hands and feet) and sensory laterality (eyes and ears) was assessed by diagnostic tests for assessment of laterality. For assessment of the lateral cerebral dominance the torque test was used...
November 1990: Sborník Lékar̆ský
G Böhme
Tests for determining the dominant hearing ear by use of high tone audiometry (18 to 16 KHz) on 100 male and female "normal hearing" patients aged between 5 and 71 years of age demonstrated a relationship with whole body laterality (eye dominance, preferred tongue side, vocal cord asymmetry and hand and foot dominance). Right ear dominance was found in 62 of 85 right-handed individuals, whereas left ear dominance was found in only 3 of 10 left-handed individuals. In 5 with ambidexterity high tone audiometry failed to show any significant preference...
September 1978: HNO
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