The relationship of hand-eye coordination as measured by the pursuit rotor and selected motor tasks at various age levels

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Anita M. Childrey (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Gail Hennis

Abstract: Four groups of girls from grades three, six, nine, and college sophomores comprising fifteen subjects each, were given four tasks involving hand-eye coordination. Their raw scores on these tasks--Aiming, Throwing, Catching, and Pursuit Tracking--were used to determine if there was any significant relationship between the tasks for the total group, and between the tasks among groups. The means of each group were calculated in order to compare them for significance of difference using the Fisher's “t” for small, uncorrelated groups.

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Language: English
Date: 1967

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