The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing

Studenka BE, Zelaznik HN (2008)
Human Movement Science 27(1): 29-52.

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Studenka BE, Zelaznik HN. The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing. Human Movement Science. 2008;27(1):29-52.
Studenka, B. E., & Zelaznik, H. N. (2008). The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing. Human Movement Science, 27(1), 29-52.
Studenka, B. E., and Zelaznik, H. N. (2008). The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing. Human Movement Science 27, 29-52.
Studenka, B.E., & Zelaznik, H.N., 2008. The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing. Human Movement Science, 27(1), p 29-52.
B.E. Studenka and H.N. Zelaznik, “The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing”, Human Movement Science, vol. 27, 2008, pp. 29-52.
Studenka, B.E., Zelaznik, H.N.: The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing. Human Movement Science. 27, 29-52 (2008).
Studenka, B.E., and Zelaznik, H.N. “The influence of dominant versus non-dominant hand on event and emergent motor timing”. Human Movement Science 27.1 (2008): 29-52.
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