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Articles from Human Movement Science, 44
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1. Dessing JC, Beek PJ (2015) Human movement science adopts registered reports for hypothesis-driven research. Human Movement Science, 44:A1-2
    [NBArticle #42903]
2. Duda TA, Casey JE, McNevin N (2015) Development of graphomotor fluency in adults with adhd: evidence of attenuated procedural learning. Human Movement Science, 44:1-10
    [NBArticle #42904]
3. Alamargot D, Morin M (2015) Does handwriting on a tablet screen affect students’ graphomotor execution? a comparison between grades two and nine. Human Movement Science, 44:32-41
    [NBArticle #42905]
4. Ferguson GD, Wilson PH, Smits-Engelsman BCM (2015) The influence of task paradigm on motor imagery ability in children with developmental coordination disorder. Human Movement Science, 44:81-90
    [NBArticle #42906]
5. Yamamoto K, Tsutsui S, Yamamoto Y (2015) Constrained paths based on the Farey sequence in learning to juggle. Human Movement Science, 44:102-110
    [NBArticle #42907]
6. Petrovic M, Berg WP, Mark LS, Hughes MR (2015) The impact of object weight, reach distance, discomfort and muscle activation on the location of preferred critical boundary during a seated reaching task. Human Movement Science, 44:122-133
    [NBArticle #42908]
7. Morley D, Till K, Ogilvie P, Turner G (2015) Influences of gender and socioeconomic status on the motor proficiency of children in the uk. Human Movement Science, 44:150-156
    [NBArticle #42909]
8. Hsieh T, Pacheco MM, Newell KM (2015) Entropy of space–time outcome in a movement speed–accuracy task. Human Movement Science, 44:201-210
    [NBArticle #42910]
9. Lee A, Song K, Ryu HB, Kim J, Kwon GH (2015) Fingerstroke time estimates for touchscreen-based mobile gaming interaction. Human Movement Science, 44:211-224
    [NBArticle #42911]
10. Monjo F, Terrier R, Forestier N (2015) Muscle fatigue as an investigative tool in motor control: a review with new insights on internal models and posture–movement coordination. Human Movement Science, 44:225-233
    [NBArticle #42912]
11. Reynolds JE, Licari MK, Elliott C, Lay BS, Williams J (2015) Motor imagery ability and internal representation of movement in children with probable developmental coordination disorder. Human Movement Science, 44:287-298
    [NBArticle #42913]
12. Van Damme T, Fransen E, Simons J, van West D, Sabbe B (2015) Motor impairment among different psychiatric disorders: can patterns be identified? Human Movement Science, 44:317-326
    [NBArticle #42914]