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Manual dexterity in young and healthy older adults. 1. Age- and gender-related differences in unimanual and bimanual performance
This study aimed to better characterize age‐related differences in dexterity by using an integrative approach where movement times and kinematics were measured for both hands. Forty‐five young (age 19–31) and 55 healthy older adults (age 60–88) were evaluated during unimanual and bimanual performance of the Purdue Pegboard Test. Gender effects were also assessed. From video‐recorded data, movement ...