The project was focused on examining age-related differences in the ability of children to use motor imagery. A commonly used paradigm to study motor imagery is the hand laterality judgment task. Children of 5 to 8 years old (N = 92) judged laterality of back and palm view hand pictures in different rotation angles. Response accuracy and response duration were registered and were used to draw conclusions on motor imagery ability in children.
|Date made available||1 Jan 2015|