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Volume 25, Issues 4-5, Pages 447-694 (October 2006)

Advances in Graphonomics: Studies on Fine Motor Control, Its Development and Disorders
Edited by Arend W.A. Van Gemmert and Hans-Leo Teulings
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  Editorial Board
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 Guest-Editorial
  Advances in graphonomics: Studies on fine motor control, its development and disorders
Pages 447-453
Arend W.A. Van Gemmert and Hans-Leo Teulings
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 Movement Disorders
  Pathophysiology of writer’s cramp
Pages 454-463
Mark Hallett
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  Modified pen grip in the treatment of Writer’s Cramp
Pages 464-473
Barbara Baur, Thomas Schenk, Waltraud Fürholzer, Johanna Scheuerecker, Christian Marquardt, Georg Kerkhoff and Joachim Hermsdörfer
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  Spiral drawing performance as an indicator of fine motor function in people with multiple sclerosis
Pages 474-491
M.G. Longstaff and R.A. Heath
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  Brain dopamine and kinematics of graphomotor functions
Pages 492-509
Klaus W. Lange, Lara Mecklinger, Susanne Walitza, Georg Becker, Manfred Gerlach, Markus Naumann and Oliver Tucha
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  Quantitative measurement of handwriting in the assessment of drug-induced parkinsonism
Pages 510-522
Michael P. Caligiuri, Hans-Leo Teulings, J. Vincent Filoteo, David Song and James B. Lohr
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 Attention, Arousal, Vision, and Fine Motor Control
  The effect of caffeine on handwriting movements in skilled writers
Pages 523-535
Oliver Tucha, Susanne Walitza, Lara Mecklinger, Dorota Stasik, Thomas-A. Sontag and Klaus W. Lange
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  Attention and movement execution during handwriting
Pages 536-552
Oliver Tucha, Lara Mecklinger, Susanne Walitza and Klaus W. Lange
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  Effects of increased complexity of visuo-motor transformations on children’s arm movements
Pages 553-567
J. Bo, J.L. Contreras-Vidal, F.A. Kagerer and J.E. Clark
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  Eye–hand interactions in tracing and drawing tasks
Pages 568-585
Emma Gowen and R. Chris Miall
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 Models and Recognition
  A multi-level representation paradigm for handwriting stroke generation
Pages 586-607
Réjean Plamondon and Moussa Djioua
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  Automatic segmentation as a tool for examining the handwriting process of children with dysgraphic and proficient handwriting
Pages 608-621
Sara Rosenblum, Assaf Y. Dvorkin and Patrice L. Weiss
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 Aspects of Development of Fine Motor Control
  Abrupt, but not gradual visuomotor distortion facilitates adaptation in children with developmental coordination disorder
Pages 622-633
F.A. Kagerer, J.L. Contreras-Vidal, J. Bo and J.E. Clark
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  Development of forward models for hand localization and movement control in 6- to 10-year-old children
Pages 634-645
José L. Contreras-Vidal
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  Remembering the orientation of newly learned characters depends on the associated writing knowledge: A comparison between handwriting and typing
Pages 646-656
Marieke Longcamp, Céline Boucard, Jean-Claude Gilhodes and Jean-Luc Velay
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  Developmental differences in drawing performance of the dominant and non-dominant hand in right-handed boys and girls
Pages 657-677
Hanneke van Mier
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  Bimanual interference in children performing a dual motor task
Pages 678-693
E. Otte and H.I. van Mier
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