Physiological Responses of Children During Continuous Bimanual Coordination Tasks
Lantero, Dawn A.
The initiation of the project has been delayed due to problems in getting the equipment. Once we begin, this research project may take up to a year to gather data as researching with children of different ages takes that amount of time. The hypothesis that will be tested in moving in an anti-phase fashion is more stressful, which will be measured by a change in heart rate, and thus afford a transition into moving in an in-phase fashion. An extension has been applied for and granted. However, this equipment will be useful for other experiments during the completion of this project, as well as after the completion of this project.
Research Enhancement Program Final Report
children, physiological responses, age differences, bimanual coordination, movement, heart rate
Lantero, D. A. (2006). <i>Physiological responses of children during continuous bimanual coordination tasks</i>. Research Enhancement Program, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX.