25.Although Fitts' law based manual aiming tasks, research has shown : 2106775
25.Although Fitts' law is based on manual aiming tasks, research has shown that it applies to prehension actions as well.
26.The serve in tennis is a good example of an asymmetric bimanual skill.
27.During the preparation phase of putting a key in a keyhole, you use vision to assess the regulatory conditions.
28.It is not necessary that functional activities are used during prehension practice or therapy.
29.The reason we have difficulty tapping our head and rubbing our belly at the same time with our two hands is that our motor control system is organized in such a way that our two hands prefer to move in the same ways at the same time.
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