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Rebecca J. Woodard

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Rebecca J. Woodard and Paul R. Surburg

The purpose was to compare children with and without learning disabilities (LD), ages 6–8 years, on midline crossing inhibition (MCI). Participants were 44 children (24 boys and 20 girls) in two groups (LD and non-LD), matched on age and gender. MCI was operationally defined as significantly slower contralateral movement when choice reaction time (CRT) and movement time (MT) performance were examined for ipsilateral, midline, and contralateral tasks with both upper and lower extremities. Participants completed 12 days of tests (30 trials each day) using a protocol developed by Eason and Surburg (1993). A 2 (Group) × 2 (Extremity) × 3 (Direction) repeated measures MANOVA revealed significant difference for each dependent variable. Children with LD displayed MCI, whereas children without LD did not.

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Rebecca J. Woodard and John C. Ozmun

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Terry Rizzo, Rebecca J. Woodard and Deborah J. Buswell

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Terry Rizzo, Rebecca J. Woodard and John C. Ozmun

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Terry Rizzo, Rebecca J. Woodard and John C. Ozmun

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Deborah J. Buswell, Rebecca J. Woodard, Sherry L. Folsom-Meek and Steve Hannigan-Downs

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Terry Rizzo, Deborah J. Buswell, Rebecca J. Woodard, Sherry L. Folsom-Meek and Steve Hannigan-Downs

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Terry Rizzo, John C. Ozmun, Rebecca J. Woodard, John O’Connor and Deborah J. Buswell

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Steve Hannigan-Downs, John O’Connor, John C. Ozmun and Rebecca J. Woodard