The complexity of tapping force and vertical displacement in finger tapping is higher for individuals who show repeated bout rate enhancement than for those who do not

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
Titel29th NCM Annual Meeting : Abstract Booklet
Udgivelses stedToyama
ForlagSociety for the Neural Control of Movement
Publikationsdato2019
Sider126-127
Artikelnummer2-F-75
StatusUdgivet - 2019
Begivenhed29th NCM Annual Meeting - Toyama, Japan
Varighed: 24 apr. 201927 apr. 2019

Konference

Konference29th NCM Annual Meeting
LandJapan
ByToyama
Periode24/04/201927/04/2019

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Emanuelsen, A, Madeleine, PM, Voigt, M & Hansen, EA 2019, The complexity of tapping force and vertical displacement in finger tapping is higher for individuals who show repeated bout rate enhancement than for those who do not. i 29th NCM Annual Meeting: Abstract Booklet., 2-F-75, Society for the Neural Control of Movement, Toyama, s. 126-127, 29th NCM Annual Meeting , Toyama, Japan, 24/04/2019.

The complexity of tapping force and vertical displacement in finger tapping is higher for individuals who show repeated bout rate enhancement than for those who do not. / Emanuelsen, Anders; Madeleine, Pascal Max; Voigt, Michael; Hansen, Ernst Albin.

29th NCM Annual Meeting: Abstract Booklet. Toyama : Society for the Neural Control of Movement, 2019. s. 126-127 2-F-75.

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