Bilateral Transfer lab

Bilateral Transfer lab - boundaries of the stars it was...

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 7/17/11 Purpose of Study?  Importance of the study, was to try and settle the  debate over past contradictories  Subjects Examined  Bilateral transfer between right- and left-handers Task of speed and accuracy Two conditions (NP-P, P-NP)
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 7/17/11 Study  Tools  Electron apparatus with 6 point star pattern and mirror  image seen vertical to pattern, Metal pointer, and screen  blocked view of direct star Procedures  Randomly assigned left and right handers to either Preferred  to Non-preferred(P-NP) group or Non-preferred to preferred  group (NP-P) They had to use the metal pointer to hit the points of the star There was no time limit and any time they touched the 
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Unformatted text preview: boundaries of the stars it was counted as an error 7/17/11 Results The time and errors were used to help determine the transfer: Transfer=(mean first5 trials(time/error) - mean last 5 trials(time/error)) /mean first 3 trials(time or error) x 100 Transfer greater from NP-P as compared to opposite direction There was no difference between right- and left-handers 7/17/11 Hardness and Bilateral Transfer p. 341 Results 7/17/11 Any Questions? 7/17/11 Work Cited Kumar, Sameer, and Manas K. Mandal. "Bilateral Transfer of Skill in Left- and Right-handers." Web. 28 Mar. 2010. <http://web.ebscohost.com.lib-e2.lib.ttu.edu/ehost/pdf?vid=2&hid=4&sid=69556492-b500-4b07-b99c-c1667b755ffc@sessionmgr13>....
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