Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort

Hughes C, Haddad JM, Franz EA, Zelaznik HN, Ryu JH (2011)
Experimental Brain Research 211(2): 219-229.

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Hughes C, Haddad JM, Franz EA, Zelaznik HN, Ryu JH. Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort. Experimental Brain Research. 2011;211(2):219-229.
Hughes, C., Haddad, J. M., Franz, E. A., Zelaznik, H. N., & Ryu, J. H. (2011). Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort. Experimental Brain Research, 211(2), 219-229.
Hughes, C., Haddad, J. M., Franz, E. A., Zelaznik, H. N., and Ryu, J. H. (2011). Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort. Experimental Brain Research 211, 219-229.
Hughes, C., et al., 2011. Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort. Experimental Brain Research, 211(2), p 219-229.
C. Hughes, et al., “Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort”, Experimental Brain Research, vol. 211, 2011, pp. 219-229.
Hughes, C., Haddad, J.M., Franz, E.A., Zelaznik, H.N., Ryu, J.H.: Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort. Experimental Brain Research. 211, 219-229 (2011).
Hughes, Charmayne, Haddad, J.M., Franz, E.A., Zelaznik, H.N., and Ryu, J.H. “Physically coupling two objects in a bimanual task alters kinematics but not end-state comfort”. Experimental Brain Research 211.2 (2011): 219-229.
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