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Articles from Human Movement Science, 43
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1. Du W, Wilmut K, Barnett AL (2015) Level walking in adults with and without developmental coordination disorder: an analysis of movement variability. Human Movement Science, 43:9-14
    [NBArticle #42895]
2. Coats ROA, Britten L, Utley A, Astill SL (2015) Multisensory integration in children with developmental coordination disorder. Human Movement Science, 43:15-22
    [NBArticle #42896]
3. Dione M, Delevoye-Turrell YN (2015) Testing the co-existence of two timing strategies for motor control in a unique task: the synchronisation spatial-tapping task. Human Movement Science, 43:45-60
    [NBArticle #42897]
4. Wicks LJ, Telford RM, Cunningham RB, Semple SJ, Telford RD (2015) Longitudinal patterns of change in eye–hand coordination in children aged 8–16 years. Human Movement Science, 43:61-66
    [NBArticle #42898]
5. Biotteau M, Chaix Y, Albaret J (2015) Procedural learning and automatization process in children with developmental coordination disorder and/or developmental dyslexia. Human Movement Science, 43:78-89
      [NBArticle #41733]
6. Snapp-Childs W, Fath AJ, Watson CA, Flatters IJ, Mon-Williams MA, Bingham GP (2015) Training to improve manual control in 7–8 and 10–12 year old children: training eliminates performance differences between ages. Human Movement Science, 43:90-99
    [NBArticle #42899]
7. Raisbeck LD, Regal A, Diekfuss JA, Rhea CK, Ward P (2015) Influence of practice schedules and attention on skill development and retention. Human Movement Science, 43:100-106
    [NBArticle #42901]
8. Akizuki K, Ohashi Y (2015) Measurement of functional task difficulty during motor learning: what level of difficulty corresponds to the optimal challenge point? Human Movement Science, 43:107-117
    [NBArticle #42900]
9. Kondo T, Saeki M, Hayashi Y, Nakayashiki K, Takata Y (2015) Effect of instructive visual stimuli on neurofeedback training for motor imagery-based brain–computer interface. Human Movement Science, 43:239-249
    [NBArticle #42902]