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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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication29th NCM Annual Meeting : Abstract Booklet
Place of PublicationToyama
PublisherSociety for the Neural Control of Movement
Publication date2019
Pages126-127
Article number2-F-75
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Event29th NCM Annual Meeting - Toyama, Japan
Duration: 24 Apr 201927 Apr 2019

Conference

Conference29th NCM Annual Meeting
CountryJapan
CityToyama
Period24/04/201927/04/2019

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

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