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1. Niechwiej-Szwedo E, Alramis F, Christian LW (2017) Association between fine motor skills and binocular visual function in children with reading difficulties. Human Movement Science, 56(B):1-10
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2. Kimura K, Imanaka K, Kita I (2002) The effects of different instructions for preparatory muscle tension on simple reaction time. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):947-960
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3. Pitcher TM, Piek JP, Barrett NC (2002) Timing and force control in boys with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: subtype differences and the effect of comorbid developmental coordination disorder. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):919-945
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4. Jiang J, Shen Y, Neilson PD (2002) A simulation study of the degrees of freedom of movement in reaching and grasping. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):881-904
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5. Ghous A, Neilson PD (2002) Evidence for internal representation of a static nonlinearity in a visual tracking task. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):847-879
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6. Higuchi T, Imanaka K, Hatayama T (2002) Freezing degrees of freedom under stress: kinematic evidence of constrained movement strategies. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):831-846
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7. Lay BS, Sparrow WA, Hughes KM, O'Dwyer NJ (2002) Practice effects on coordination and control, metabolic energy expenditure, and muscle activation. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):807-830
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8. Neilson PD, Neilson MD (2002) Anisotropic tracking: evidence for automatic synergy formation in a bimanual task. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):723-748
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9. Summers JJ, Davis AS, Byblow WD (2002) The acquisition of bimanual coordination is mediated by anisotropic coupling between the hands. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):699-721
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10. Treffner PJ, Peter M (2002) Intentional and attentional dynamics of speech–hand coordination. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):641-697
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11. Piek JP, Gasson N, Barrett NC, Case I (2002) Limb and gender differences in the development of coordination in early infancy. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):621-639
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12. Jones RD, White AJ, Lawson KHC, Anderson TJ (2002) Visuoperceptual and visuomotor deficits in developmental stutterers: an exploratory study. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):603-619
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13. Ishihara M, Imanaka K, Mori S (2002) Lateralized effects of target location on reaction times when preparing for manual aiming at a visual target. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):563-582
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14. Imanaka K, Kita I, Suzuki K (2002) Effects of nonconscious perception on motor response. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):541-561
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15. Edwards DJ, Thickbroom GW, Byrnes ML, Ghosh S, Mastagli FL (2002) Reduced corticomotor excitability with cyclic passive movement: a study using transcranial magnetic stimulation. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):533-540
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16. Piek JP, Gasson N (2002) Current issues in motor control and coordination. Human Movement Science, 21(5-6):
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17. Bekkering H, Neggers SFW (2002) Neural control of movement synergy. Human Movement Science, 21(3):1-4
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18. Heck DH, Sultan F (2002) Cerebellar structure and function: making sense of parallel fibers. Human Movement Science, 21(3):99-109
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19. Berndt I, Franz VH, Bülthoff HH, Wascher E (2002b) Effects of pointing direction and direction predictability on event-related lateralizations of the eeg. Human Movement Science, 21(3):75-98
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20. Jackson GM, German K, Peacock KA (2002) Functional coupling between the limbs during bimanual reach-to-grasp movements. Human Movement Science, 21(3):5-21
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21. Inui N, Hatta H (2002) Asymmetric control of force and symmetric control of timing in bimanual finger tapping. Human Movement Science, 21(2):131-146
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22. Shimura K, Kasai T (2002) Effects of proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation on the initiation of voluntary movement and motor evoked potentials in upper limb muscles. Human Movement Science, 21(1):101-113
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23. de Lussanet MHE, Smeets JBJ, Brenner E (2002b) Relative damping improves linear mass-spring models of goal-directed movements. Human Movement Science, 21(1):85-100
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24. Court MLJ, Bennett SJ, Williams AM, Davids K (2002) Local stability in coordinated rhythmic movements: fluctuations and relaxation times. Human Movement Science, 21(1):39-60
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25. Repp BH (2002) Phase correction in sensorimotor synchronization: nonlinearities in voluntary and involuntary responses to perturbations. Human Movement Science, 21(1):1-37
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