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6.Because we can write our signature relatively legibly with a

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6.Because we can write our signature relatively legibly with a pen held by either hand, either foot, or even by our teeth, researchers often describe handwriting as a good example of Bernstein's concept of motor:

A. Programs

B. Equivalence

C. Independence

D. Complexity

7.In a two-hand aiming task in which the right hand must move to a target that has an ID of 4, and the left hand must simultaneously move to a target that has an ID of 2, when will each hand arrive at the target?

A. The right hand will arrive much earlier than the left hand

B. The left hand will arrive much earlier than the right hand

C. The two hands will arrive at approximately the same time

D. The preferred hand will arrive first regardless of the ID

8.Which of the following statements reflects the appropriate view of the spatial and temporal control underlying the performance of an asymmetric bimanual action?

A. The two arms prefer to move independently of each other

B. The two arms prefer to move together as one unit

C. The preferred arm always dominates the other arm

D. The two arms cannot perform an asymmetric bimanual action

9.The playing of a guitar is a good example of performing:

A. An asymmetric bimanual skill

B. A symmetric bimanual skill

C. A prehension skill

D. A manual aiming skill

10.From the dynamical systems perspective, the tendency for the two arms to prefer to move in tight spatial and temporal synchrony is the result of:

A. A single generalized motor program

B. Two separate motor programs

C. An attractor

D. Motor equivalence

 

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